Beyoncé Changes Her Email Address Every Week (Or at Least the One She Gave Ed Sheeran)

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In a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight that’s currently making the rounds, Ed Sheeran revealed the process by which his new duet with Beyoncé (“Perfect”) came to be. “I have an email address that I email...that actually changes every week,” Sheeran said. “So I emailed that and then we got on the phone. It’s been in the works since May.”

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Since the interview was published, we’ve been seeing headlines like these:

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[Daily Mail]

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[Us Weekly]

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[Complex]

But let’s examine Sheeran’s original quote: he emails an email address that changes once a week—one that isn’t necessarily read by Beyoncé herself—and then a phone call is set up. My interpretation of this is that one of Beyoncé’s many assistants has an email address used for a certain category of professional matters that changes regularly, and that Beyoncé’s personal email address—one accessible only by her family and closest friends—changes considerably less often.

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Like, when Miss Tina has a funny story from LittleThings or the Houston Chronicle to send her daughter, she’s emailing an address that Ed Sheeran is at least four, maybe five levels away from.

And before Sheeran’s biggest fans start accusing me of claiming the email address he was given isn’t important, I’m not! I’m merely saying it’s probably not the only one she uses. That’s all!

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[Daily Mail]


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athousandgoodintentions
athousandgoodintentions

I totally thought my acne would go away at 21 and shocker, it didn’t. I’m still using acne products daily at almost 30. Why don’t adults give us the heads up when we are young? Although I guess being a teenager is hard enough without someone crushing your dreams of an acne-free future.