Whatever you may think of his music, Ed Sheeran seems to be a good guy, and he's especially great to his fans.
Like any hot concert, people lined up early to nab the best spot to see Sheeran, who performed in Adelaide, Australia on Wednesday.
Some had been waiting for two days, and of course Sheeran couldn't let them go hungry. So he quietly sent the loyal group some pizzas late on Tuesday night to help tide them over.
Of course, Sheeran was thanked by his fans for the free grub. "Not a piece will go to waste," wrote Twitter user @EdsRealMVP.
— xoxo, J🌸lene (@EdsRealMVP) March 6, 2018
— j. (@jessikadouglas) March 6, 2018
— Tessa Jelly (@TessieJelly) March 6, 2018
And yes, you bet those pizzas were eaten up.
Not content with one gesture of kindness, Sheeran met up with five-year-old Holley Sophie Lavington after the show. Lavington has the rare and terminal Batten disease, which affects the nervous system.
"What a great humble guy," her family wrote in a Facebook post. Indeed.