Fans of Ed Sheeran will soon get a very intimate item from their idol. The singer has made one of his underpants available for an auction, reports the BBC.
Ed has donated more than three hundred personal belongings for an auction for the benefit of St. Elizabeth Hospice, which helps young people with a terminal or progressive disease. Approximately 150 of the singer’s donated items were exposed in his old school, the Thomas Mills High in Suffolk.
For example, in addition to the underpants, you can bid on photos, a signed guitar, football shirts and shoes. There are also Lego buildings that have been put together by Sheeran himself, including a Sydney Opera House model with a Lego doll by Ed himself in front of the entrance.
Recently, Sheeran has already provided more than a hundred personal items for an online auction for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices. Underneath was a drum set that Ed owned as a child. That yielded about 3000 euros. The underpants and the other items will go under the hammer on November 10 at an auction house in Stowmarket.