Ed sends some quality time with his estranged son, just don’t tell the CSA
Ed loves it when his evil master plan comes together
Ed auditions for the latest series of X factor
Day 4.56654: A TOUCH OF ED: Worcester: The crowd could tell that Ed’s own version of Tupac Shakur’s “Ghetto Gospel” came straight from the heart.
Ed likes to walk in front of children so that he appears taller
Ed explained that he didn’t really want a go on the BMX afterall
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 152: Belfast: Ed channels his inner Eminem as he asks if the real Ed will stand up.
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 8: London: Ed waits until after the watershed to reassure everyone, as he sings ‘Bad Touch’ by the Bloodhound Gang.
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 7: Kabul: Ed inspires the Taliban to lay down their arms through an emotional ballad, ‘My Heart Will Always Go On’
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 6: Norwich: Ed belts out a violent and hard thrash metal version of ‘Can You Hear the People Sing?’
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Day 5: Inverness: Ed sings his favourite N-Dubz song ‘Papa Can You Hear Me’
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 4: The Isle of Wight: Ed devotes his take on ‘Stand by Your Man’ to the staff at Cath Kidston
A TOUCH OF ED: Day 3: Hull: ‘There’s no business like show business, like no business I know’ sings Ed
Day 2: A TOUCH OF ED: Milton Keynes: Ed’s emotional rendition of Whitney Houston’s ‘I will always love you’ ignites the crowds.
After the local elections, Ed has decided to roam across all of the nations of the United Kingdom with his travelling karaoke tour. All this week and well into the next, we present his one man show: ‘A Touch of Ed’
Day 1: Ed starts this epic tour in Somerset with a beautiful take on One Man and His Tractor