Ed Sheeran and Elton John’s Christmas single is coming Friday

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Can ‘Merry Christmas’ take the top spot in this year’s festivities?

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Ed Sheeran and Elton John have announced the details of their upcoming Christmas duet. Watch the teaser below.

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The single, titled ‘Merry Christmas’, will be released on Friday (December 3) and was announced by Sheeran in an interview with the Dutch radio station. NPO Radio 2,

  • Read more: Elton John: “I’m not interested in the past – not even in Elton John’s past”

“Elton calls me on Christmas Day to say Merry Christmas. Elton rings me up almost every day,” Sheeran said. “He said, ‘Move in Christmas’ is No. 6 on the charts! I want to do another Christmas song — will you do it with me?”


On what to expect from the song, Sheeran said: “It’s just me and him. It’s great.”

In a video inspired by really love, Sheeran wrote on social media: “Last Christmas I got a call from my partner Elton John and he told me we should do a Christmas song, and I replied ‘Yeah maybe in 2022’, but I really didn’t know that day. Here the chorus was written. We are.

“Our Christmas song Merry Christmas is out this Friday (December 3). It’s got sleigh bells… there’s a lot of them.”

All UK proceeds from the Christmas track will go to the Ed Sheeran Suffolk Music Foundation. ‘Merry Christmas’ will take place just three weeks before the official Christmas number one race begins, indicating that the track is likely to be a top contender.

The 2021 Official Christmas Number One race will start from 12.01 pm on December 17th to 11.59pm on December 23rd. Other contenders include Adele, ABBA and George Ezra.


In other news, John gave an update earlier this month about a hip injury that caused him to postpone his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour in September, saying he was suffering from restricted movement in his hip joint. Remains in pain, which means he currently cannot maneuver himself. In and out of a car.

talking to Granthshala Regarding new music in a recent Big Read feature, John said: “I just think: I know all the old stuff; I love new stuff. This is the future that interests me. I have no interest in the past.” No – not even in Elton John’s past.

“I know I like to sing the same songs that I do on stage but I rarely go back and listen to my own records. I’m more interested in hearing something new.”

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