OFFICIAL: Ed Sheeran is filming a video in Ireland and he's looking for Irish dancers
Fancy being in an Ed Sheeran video? Now's your chance.
Ed Sheeran has never hid his love for Ireland and it's clear that the time he spent as a busker in Galway has influenced his new album.
Speaking with 2fm’s Eoghan McDermott, the Lego House and Thinking Out Loud singer revealed that he has two songs on his new album that were influenced by time he has spent in Wexford and Galway.
Sheeran says " there's a song on the new album that I think is really, really going to explode in Ireland" because "it has something to do with Galway".
The song is a collaboration with a trad band from Belfast and it features a fiddle, pipe and a bodhran. The singer also said that this new track is so good that he "won't be able to play another song in Ireland again because this will be THE song."
This wasn't the only bit of good news for any Irish fans of Ed Sheeran because he's also confirmed that the video for this track will be filmed in Ireland.
"I'm going to drop another couple of songs before the album comes out but I should be over there (Ireland) soon. So, I guess when I'm over there, I'll put something out in a professional capacity. I'm definitely shooting a video for the song in Ireland", he added.
There is one special requirement however: you must be able to ceili dance.
“I will be doing it [casting] because I need proper ceili dancers", he said. Sheeran also revealed that there's "a song on the bonus CD that's about Co Wexford, so there's two Irish jams on there".
So, who fancies starring in an Ed Sheeran video? Can you still remember all those Irish dancing lessons that you took as a kid? If not, maybe it's time to head out into town and practice your Riverdance routine!
Here's the interview in full.