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Music Video: Lego House (Lego Version)

Artisit: Ed Sheeran

  • Genre: Singer/Songwriter
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 0:00

  • Copyright: Ed Sheeran

Music Video For Lego House (Lego Version) By Artist Ed Sheeran

Reviews For Lego House (Lego Version) By Artist Ed Sheeran

  • Amazing

    By Jamie Waldman
    i love rupert (Weasley!!!) and ed, so this was amazing and FANTABULOUS!!!!
  • What?!

    By come on itunes! :(
    Am I going crazy or is that Rupert Grint (AKA Ron Weasley)??
  • funny

    By dogyoyoyyo
    i thought it was cool and it wasn’t one of those really laggy kind of lego videos
  • Aww...

    By 😘💗💗💗💗
    Lol! Love ed and this vid!!! So cute
  • Haha LOL!!

    By 4restS.
    I don't have ths vid, but the preview is HILARIOUS!!!!! So funny looks exactly like the real thing! Great job Ed
  • Wow!

    By CobraaAssassin
    Amazing! This is hilarious!

    By Fstbrk
    Oh my gosh I was cracking up it's exactly like the real viedo
  • good song and like the video

    By Rlvdrake
    Great song and video

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