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Ed Sheeran's brilliant Wembley Stadium performance.
The concert film is entertaining. The footage from the Wembley Stadium shows didn't disappoint. There are few unique moments that will leave you in awe, because of the background screens and awesome music.
I've never been to an Ed Sheeran concert before, but Jumpers For Goalposts is an extra proof that Ed Sheeran has a raw talent. His music has influenced so many people from both genders.
I really like the behind-the-scenes features that are shown between the Wembley footage. It really does show Ed Sheeran as a totally normal, talented, fun, devoted and humble person. It made me appreciate him even more. There is definitely more to Ed Sheeran's career, just like what he said, he's just at the beginning.
If you are invested in his music, you are certainly will enjoy Jumpers For Goalposts.
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