However, Hozier has spoken in the past at his annoyance at the fact that tabloids insist on linking him with various women with whom he has no romantic relationship, like Taylor Swift, for example.
She was meant to write down Galway Girl, and then I was like, it’s gonna be funny if you write something different and then she came up with Galway Grill. ‘I think it’s just funnier to say the story as, she f**ked the tattoo up, but that isn’t actually the story.’ Basically, Ed cannot be trusted. It isn’t the first time Ed has been involved in the concoction of lies and deceit, after previously being spun in James Blunt’s made-up story about Princess Beatrice cutting his precious face.
In more heartbreaking news, the story of Ed singing a terminally ill teenage girl her favourite song in her dying moments was revisited over the weekend when the girl's brother recalled the moment on Irish television.
The internet was going crazy yesterday after rumours broke that Hozier and Saoirse Ronan have struck up a romantic relationship.
Reports alleged that the pair have been enjoying a 'secret string of dates' around Dublin, but according to a pal of the singer, this simply isn't true.
Before Ed Sheeran cast Irish actress Saoirse [SUHR-shuh] Ronan in his new video for "Galway Girl," she'd already appeared in a video by another global star: Hozier.