Ed Sheeran learns Tagalog words from Team Kramer

Published April 11, 2018, 3:31 AM

by manilabulletin_admin


Ed Sheeran surely knows more Filipino words now, thanks to Kendra Kramer.

Kendra, alongside the entire Team Kramer–Doug, Chesca, Scarlett, and Gavin–met with Sheeran prior the British singer’s concert in Manila Sunday.

(Doug Kramer via Instagram / MANILA BULLETIN
(Doug Kramer via Instagram / MANILA BULLETIN


Kendra took the opportunity to do her famous online segment, #TagalogTime, during the family’s short meet-and-greet with the singer-songwriter.

Kendra, the eldest Kramer child, recalled how nervous she was upon meeting the Grammy-winning artist.

“I am so nervous right now, you can’t believe how nervous I was then. I think I was the most nervous in the room,” the 8-year-old aid.

Upon Sheeran’s entrance to the room where Team Kramer was, Kendra’s dad, Doug, explained #TagalogTime to the hitmaker.

“Do you know any Tagalog words?” Doug asked Sheeran, to which the singer responded “No.”

The “learning Tagalog” session then started. Kendra taught Sheeran such phrases as “Ang galing ko,” “Mang-aawit ako,” “Mahal ko kayo,” and “Nakakapagpabagabag” which both of them had a hard time pronouncing.

One of the cutest moments in the video was when Kendra taught Sheeran the phrase “Ang ganda mo.”

After the singer repeated the same phrase, Kendra said “Thank you, you just said that you are beautiful,” which made Sheeran laugh. (Noreen Jazul)