Ed Sheeran Says Beyoncé Gets A New Email Address Every Week, And We Have So Many Questions

Wanna contact Beyoncé?

Yeah, it’s not so simple… even for a superstar like Ed Sheeran!!

Related: Ed Fangirls Out Over The New Perfect Duet!

Performing out at KIIS-FM‘s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in El Lay this weekend, Sheeran caught up with ET to reveal an interesting little tidbit about the Queen Bey: she’s SO in demand and concerned about privacy, that her email address changes every single week!!

WTF?!

Sheeran revealed the little tidbit when talking about working with Beyoncé (below):

“I have an email address that I email that actually changes every week. She’s very good at [hiding]. It’s kind of like what I aspire to be, I think. So I emailed that and then we got on the phone, and it’s been in the works since May.”

Ha!!! Love it!!

Related: Ed Sets The Record Straight About Taylor Swift’s Song Dress!

Of course, that work he’s talking about is in relation to Sheeran’s song Perfect that came out earlier this week featuring Bey, but it has us asking so many questions: a new email address every week? Does she use random names or, like, variations of her own?

Beyonce5783@gmail.com one week, and Beyonce2384@gmail.com the next???

What’s the deal?? How is this done?!?! We have to know!! LOLz!!

[Image via WENN.]

Ed Sheeran Says Beyoncé Gets A New Email Address Every Week, And We Have So Many Questions

Wanna contact Beyoncé?

Yeah, it’s not so simple… even for a superstar like Ed Sheeran!!

Related: Ed Fangirls Out Over The New Perfect Duet!

Performing out at KIIS-FM‘s iHeartRadio Jingle Ball in El Lay this weekend, Sheeran caught up with ET to reveal an interesting little tidbit about the Queen Bey: she’s SO in demand and concerned about privacy, that her email address changes every single week!!

WTF?!

Sheeran revealed the little tidbit when talking about working with Beyoncé (below):

“I have an email address that I email that actually changes every week. She’s very good at [hiding]. It’s kind of like what I aspire to be, I think. So I emailed that and then we got on the phone, and it’s been in the works since May.”

Ha!!! Love it!!

Related: Ed Sets The Record Straight About Taylor Swift’s Song Dress!

Of course, that work he’s talking about is in relation to Sheeran’s song Perfect that came out earlier this week featuring Bey, but it has us asking so many questions: a new email address every week? Does she use random names or, like, variations of her own?

Beyonce5783@gmail.com one week, and Beyonce2384@gmail.com the next???

What’s the deal?? How is this done?!?! We have to know!! LOLz!!

[Image via WENN.]

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Boy, 12, Found Dead In Rockaway Park Fire

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A 12-year-old boy was found dead early Sunday in a fire in Rockaway Park, Queens.

As CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported, black soot marked the windows of the apartment where 12-year-old Thomas Curly lost his life. First responders were called at 3:10 a.m. for the fire in the building at 122-20 Ocean Promenade.

Once the fire was out, responders found the boy — known to his family as T.J. — unconscious and unresponsive at the scene, police said.

T.J. was rushed to St. John’s Episcopal Hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said.

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T.J. Curley, 12, was killed in a fire in Far Rockaway, Queens on Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017. (Credit: Curly Family)

Bob Canavan is the boy’s neighbor.

“Around 4 o’clock in the morning, a man was knocking on my window. He was on the fire escape saying there was a fire. ‘You got to get out! You got to get out now!’” Canavan said. “So I opened the door to the hall, but there was so much smoke. You couldn’t get out there.”

Neighbors said Curly’s mother, Brianne Curley – along with her boyfriend and the boy’s grandfather – found their way out of the burning apartment.

Brianna was screaming for help to save her son trapped inside. Firefighters discovered his lifeless body.

Neighbors could not believe the sweet boy they called T.J. was gone.

“He was just a good all around kid,” said neighbor Louis Harris. “Everybody liked him.”

“He was a very, very nice little boy” another neighbor said. “Very nice.”

“He was excited! The tree lighting, Santa Claus – just, just sad,” said friend Luisa Guzman.

The New York City Fire Marshal will determine the cause of the blaze, while the New York City Medical Examiner’s office will determine the cause of the boy’s death.

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In A Box Office Weekend Without Any Major New Releases, Coco Wins — Again!

In a weekend without any major nationwide box office releases, Disney was the big winner once again with Coco continuing its dominance across the country!!

The magical Mexican picture, out in its second week in theaters, took in a very strong $26.1 million over the second weekend here, which means it’s now grossed a total of $108.7 million in ten days in theaters!!!

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When you add in the success Coco has seen on the foreign charts all around the world, too, its total gross over the last ten days worldwide comes out to a whopping $280 million globally, highlighted by $75.6 million in China to lead the way around the world!

Such an astounding success — and such a good movie, too — Disney and Pixar should be proud of themselves!

Add Thor: Ragnorak to the tally, too, and it looks like a great weekend for the Disney empire: Thor (which has been out for a few more weeks) tallied $800 million worldwide over the weekend, finishing at $816.4 million and coming in as a resounding success, all things considered!

But second place over the weekend, Justice League took in $16.6 million domestically ($197.3 million total to date), finishing well behind Coco but still holding out well.

Wonder wrapped the weekend in third place ($12.5 million over the weekend, $88 million gross to date), and after Thor in fourth, Daddy’s Home 2 rounded out the top five with $7.5 million on the weekend and a gross total overall of $82.8 million.

Whew!

Even though there was nothing new in theaters this weekend, did U see anything new — or re-watch Coco — this weekend, Perezcious readers?! Let us know in the comments (below)!!!

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Two evangelical Christian leaders, Jim Wallis and Hershael York, speak with NPR’s Michel Martin about what they see as a crisis of spirituality in the current political climate.

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Thousands protest in Honduras in chaos over contested presidential election

Protesters demand a new president and end to a week-long election debacle which has plunged the country into its worst political crisis since 2009 coup

Tens of thousands took to the streets across Honduras on Sunday, demanding a new president and an end to a week-long election debacle which has plunged the volatile country into its worst political crisis since a coup in 2009.

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