Ed Sheeran is a massive pop star. However, he recently opened up about a very big missed opportunity in his illustrious musical career.

The “Perfect” singer claimed he had begun writing the theme song for Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie, No Time to Die, when Billie Eilish took his position. In a recent episode of That Peter Crouch Podcast, he admitted, “I’m not gonna pretend it didn’t hurt not doing it.”

According to Rolling Stones, Ed was first given the chance by famous Bond producer Barbara Broccoli in 2017. Ed accepted Barbara’s request to compose the theme song, and he immediately set out to do it. “We’d done all the meetings, I had started writing it,” he revealed on the podcast.

According to Rolling Stones, the film’s music was the final portion of production to be finished, thus by the time it came to the theme song, plans had altered, and Billie had been accepted in its place.

According to Ed,

“I was within a f***ing gnat’s pube of doing one. But then they changed directors, changed scripts and that was it.”

Ed stated he would still be ready for the opportunity to create the spy ditty, so he wasn’t really put off by the experience. “But yea, if they came back I would be like yea, of course, yeah,” the singer confessed. Stay tuned to Thirsty to get the latest updates about the singer.

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