Ellie Goulding addresses ‘trauma’ she faced amid Ed Sheeran cheating allegations
Ellie Goulding has opened up about the trauma she faced following allegations that she cheated on Ed Sheeran with Niall Horan.
THE love me like you do singer, 36, spoke with Daily mail on Sunday and shared that the false cheating rumors caused him “a lot of trauma.”
“It’s fascinating how many people are into it. It happened nine years ago,” she told the outlet. “You know, in all honesty, it caused me a lot of trauma, actually.”
In 2014, Sheeran made headlines when tabloids reported that her song Don’t was inspired by Goulding – and fans assumed she tricked the shape of you star with Horan, 29, then a member of One Direction.
“I envy the fact that my friends just spent their 20s having flings and one-night stands and what all 20s go through in private. But everything I did was written,” Goulding said.
“I was made to feel like a terrible person and I really struggled with that because I know I’m not.”
Goulding then ended the statement, writing, “False!!!!! But also kill.” She admitted to the Daily Mail that “I was really drunk when I wrote that”.