Ed Sheeran will debut a new song at the BRIT Awards.
The singer-songwriter - who celebrated his 24th birthday last week - will perform at the annual ceremony at London's O2 Arena on Wednesday (25.02.15) and is set to surprise viewers by singing a brand new track.
BRITs chairman Max Lousada, who is organising the event, told The Sun newspaper: "Ed is going to give an exclusive performance of a new song at the Brits. It's going to be great.
"I want the Brits to be about exclusive performances of new material, not just a reflection of the super smashes of the past year. We're going to balance a bit of both."
The 'Thinking Out Loud' hitmaker will also be hoping to win big at the ceremony having been nominated in the British Video, British Male Solo Artist and British Single categories, as well as being up for the prestigious MasterCard British Album award for his sophomore record, 'X'.
And the red-haired singer isn't the only chart-topper scheduled to perform on the evening, with Taylor Swift, Madonna, Sam Smith, Paloma Faith, Royal Blood, George Ezra and Take That all set to take to the stage at the event, which will be presented by Ant and Dec.