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Singer Ed Sheeran turned away from Grammys after-party for fourth time

Oscar winner Adrien Brody and DJ Pete Tong were also reportedly turned away from the venue.

Published: 16th February 2017 10:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th February 2017 10:03 AM   |  A+A-


LOS ANGELES: Singer Ed Sheeran has revealed that he been rejected from Grammy after-parties for four years in a row.

The 25-year-old was turned away from a party at Milk Studios here despite the fact that he performed at the Grammys on Sunday, reports eonline.com.

Talking about his rejection, Sheeran said: "That's actually happened four years in a row. And that's not just my label's after-party! That's just after-parties in general."

Sheeran was reportedly one of many stars who were turned away from the party -- including Oscar winner Adrien Brody and DJ Pete Tong -- after the venue reached its maximum capacity within one hour.

"You know what I don't get? When you walk into those parties, there's probably four musicians there and everyone else is just people from Los Angeles, who didn't go to the Grammys and probably just want a party to go to," he said.

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