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Ed Sheeran Donates His Grammy Awards Outfit To His Local Charity Shop

Ed Sheeran has shown yet again just how big-hearted he is after donating his entire Grammys wardrobe to his local charity shop.

Wowzer.

The 24-year-old reportedly sent all eight items of his #OOTD back to England with his mum, Imogen, who promptly handed them over to the St. Elizabeth Hospice charity shop in Framlingham, which basically means that some lucky customers can get their mitts on the clothing he performed at the famous ceremony in.

Fancy.

Shop manager, Rachail Pollard told The Mirror: “We’re so lucky to have Ed’s support, and we’re sure that these latest donations will be quickly snapped up by eager fans.

“If you’d like the chance to get hold of a unique piece of Ed Sheeran memorabilia, I suggest you pay us a visit as soon as you can.”

We’re already on our way, Rachail, we’re already on our way.

This isn’t the first time that our fave ginger has generously given to the shop; in February last year he donated a whopping eight bags of clothes and managed to raise a huge £4,000 to help provide local hospice care for local people in the process.

Not too shabby, eh?

And Ed’s good deeds (okay, and huge amount of talent) has obviously landed the star with some ruddy good karma, with it being recently reported that he is ready to conquer Bollywood after agreeing to a role in an upcoming movie.

The super talented singer apparently mingled with India’s buzzing film industry after performing a sell-out gig in the country’s capital, Mumbai, with the Bollywood bigwigs unable to resist the star’s natural charisma and charm.

Pretty standard stuff really, now if you excuse us, we are off to Framlingham for a spot of charity shopping….

[ BRITs 2015: Ed Sheeran Causes Twitter Meltdown After Looking A TAD Worse For Wear ]

[ Ed Takes His Girlfiend And Parents To The BRIT Awards ]

[ Ed's Cousin Reveals That School Bullies Helped Him To Become A Star ]

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