After feedback from aficionados of the dream epic, chief Jeremy Podeswa contends Ed Sheeran ‘fits into the texture of the show’
After Ed Sheeran was pilloried in a few fourth of online networking for his cameo appearance in Game of Thrones, the show’s chief Jeremy Podeswa has gone to his protection, saying he is an “exquisite entertainer” who “should have been there”.
Sheeran, who has beforehand grumbled of manhandle on Twitter, left the informal organization by and large in the wake of the scene screening.
However, in a meeting with the Daily Beast, Podeswa has said he is “somewhat amazed that individuals have made that much complain about it… he looks ideal in the show; he fits into the texture of the show.”
Wearing a cape and shield, Sheeran plays a performer whom Arya Stark unearths in a woodland – he strums an open air fire tune (“It’s another one”) and offers some blackberry wine.
The unobtrusive scene was in any case excessively for a few fans, who felt seeing Sheeran was excessively jolting for the show’s dream domain.
“I cherish this show, so in my view it could just have been exceptional if Ed Sheeran wasn’t there,” one watcher told the Guardian not long ago.
“They will ideally redress that by having Arya stick him.” Another called it a “truly terrible, superfluous cameo”.
Podeswa, however, was loaded with applaud for the vocalist. “On the off chance that you didn’t realize that he was a pop star or a performer of any sort, you would believe he’s only part of the gang,” he said.
“He’s been representing a short time; he considers it important.”
Sheeran has beforehand sprung up in Bridget Jones’ Baby, playing himself, and showed up in scenes of another bloody medieval dramatization, 2015’s The Bastard Executioner.
He is likewise the most recent in a progression of melodic visitors who have showed up on Game of Thrones, from Sigur Rós playing a wedding ring to Wilko Johnson playing a killer, in addition to cameos from individuals from Coldplay and Snow Patrol.