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Ed Sheeran Planning to Have a "Bunch of Kids," Reveals "Sing" Is About a "Very, Very Well-Known Person"

Image courtesy of Credit: Ben Watts (via ABC News Radio)
Image courtesy of Credit: Ben Watts (via ABC News Radio)

Attention, Ed Sheeran fans: you have less than a decade left to enjoy his musical stylings.  The singer reveals that he's got a ten-year plan for his career, and at the end of it, he plans to trade in his guitar and piano for diapers and strollers.

Speaking to Parade magazine, Ed explains, " I know this isn’t going to last forever. Now is the time when I’m making my musical statements and being cool and going to parties. But I don’t think I’ll be living this life in 10 years’ time. If I am, please slap me.”  Ten years from now, he says, he'll be "back home [in the U.K.], [with a] bunch of kids.”  The 23-year-old singer adds, "At 33, I should be starting to settle down.”

As for who he's going to settle down with, Ed does have a girlfriend right now -- she's a chef -- but he seems doomed to forever answer questions about his love life.  No, for the millionth time, he's never dated Taylor Swift. "On a professional level, I would have never gone there because I’m not an idiot," he tells the Australian paper The Herald-Sun. 

And no, he won't reveal who his song "Don't" -- about a fellow singer who cheated on him with a friend -- is about, even though everyone thinks it's about Ellie Goulding .

"It’s only fair to stay out of that. The song’s there, people can make up their own minds. I think it’d be unfair to point fingers," he tells the Herald-Sun.

However, Ed must still feel like answering questions, because he's just revealed that "Don't" isn't the only song on the album that's about a celebrity.  "Here’s a fact that’s interesting,” he tells The New York Times . “‘Sing’ is about a very, very well-known person. No one knows that, so no one’s being like, ‘Who’s it about?’"  Well, now they will, Ed, thanks to you.

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