Ed Sheeran has admitted he passed out drunk beside Jennifer Aniston's swimming pool at her Thanksgiving bash in Los Angeles last month.
The 'Give Me Love' singer, 22, has confessed he got very drunk at the 'We're the Millers' star's Thanksgiving bash last month - which he was invited to after successfully setting up Jennifer's 'Friends' pal, Courteney Cox, with his best friend, Snow Patrol frontman Johnny McDaid, who are now ''crazy'' about each other - and fell asleep at her house.
The British star told Yahoo's omg!: ''I wasn't allowed to talk about this, actually, but it's just gone public so... My housemate [Johnny], who I have lived with for a year, I introduced him to Courteney and they started dating - now they're crazy about each other.
''I ended up spending a lot of time living in her beach house and therefore bumping into all these random people. We spent Thanksgiving eve at Jennifer's before spending the day at Courteney's.''
He added: ''I passed out... she has this crazy house with a big staircase that goes down to the pool. I had drunk a bit too much and needed a time out, so I went down and laid on one of the beds outside by the pool and passed out there.''
The singer had a horrific hangover after the star-studded bash and said: ''Courteney's was a bit more tame.''
Ed and Courteney, 49, have clearly become good friends through Johnny, as he recently tweeted a message to drum up support for her to win a People's Choice Award for her role in 'Cougar Town'.
He wrote: ''My friend Courteney is nominated for a People's Choice Award for favourite cable TV actress. She's never won one before, and she lets me live in her beach house, so how's about we all vote for her and win her the ... thang eh? Safe. (sic)''
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