Ed Sheeran told a crowd at a concert this week that he has at least one misspelled tattoo courtesy of Saoirse Ronan. The actress stars in the forthcoming video for his song “Galway Girl,” and Sheeran explained at the concert that he wanted her to tattoo the song title on his arm in her handwriting. “It actually says Galway Grill,” Sheeran said, as revealed in video of the show shared on Twitter. “Like full on, she really took the piss out of me with this one.” He said he’s not mad about the typo. “I’m actually kind of proud of her,” he said. “It’s the kind of thing that I would do.”
Send Ewan free Spanx already
Ewan McGregor told the Los Angeles Times this week that he wore the shapewear Spanx for his upcoming role in “Fargo.” “Spanx are no joke,” he said, adding that a “Spanx technician” helped him get dressed every day: “It’s a two-person job. I will say, I rather like them.” He also said he took a photo of himself in front of a Spanx store in an airport recently. “I think I’m going to do their next campaign ad,” he said.
Get your tickets for very expensive juice samples
Gwyneth Paltrow announced Thursday that her company Goop will host a wellness summit “In Goop Health” on June 10. The daylong event in Los Angeles will include panel discussions, fitness and meditation sessions, organic beauty offerings and appearances by Cameron Diaz, Nicole Richie and Lena Dunham. Tickets range from $500 to $1,500 and are on sale now. —AP
Drake halts case against a very thirsty burglar
Drake has told authorities to drop a case against a woman who broke into his Los Angeles home earlier this month. TMZ reported that the woman entered his home and drank Pepsi, Sprite and Fiji water from his kitchen. TMZ notes that because little was taken, it’s unlikely that the district attorney would continue the case without Drake’s involvement.
Instead, Ina gets to be America’s coolest aunt
On Thursday’s episode of Katie Couric’s podcast, Food Network host Ina Garten explained why she and her husband, Jeffrey, never had children. “It was a choice I made very early,” Garten said. “I really felt, I feel, that I would have never been able to have the life I’ve had. So it’s a choice and that was the choice I made.”
“Her importance in the culture … her willingness to speak about it and take on responsibility for it — is what marks her for greatness.” — Meryl Streep, writing about Viola Davis, honored in Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential People issue