Ed Sheeran to perform at Courteney Cox's wedding

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Courteney Cox has revealed that Ed Sheeran will be the star performer at her wedding to Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid. The British singer was the one who initially introduced the happy couple, and Courteney says it is only fitting that he should be the one to sing on their special day.

"We're certainly grateful to Ed for introducing us," the actress, 51, told the Sun. "I can't imagine him not playing something at the wedding."

Courteney Cox has revealed friend Ed Sheeran will perform at her wedding



While Ed will be serenading the newlyweds on their wedding day, he's unlikely to be the only performer. Courteney previously revealed that her 11-year-old daughter Coco will be adding to the evening's entertainment.

"She's actually really, really talented," her proud mum said. "Coco sang a song for the film I just directed called Just Before I Go. And she's amazing… I could request something, but I actually wouldn't have a choice. That kid loves to sing. Everything from Barbra Streisand to Cee Lo."

Back in April, Courteney admitted that her daughter is so excited about the wedding, she also wants to be involved in the planning process.

Courteney Cox with Johnny McDaid and her daughter Coco



"I was going to hire a wedding planner, but apparently she wants to do it," the Friends star said during an interview with Ellen DeGeneres. "She's ten, but she wants to do everything. She wants to be maid of honour, which I think is weird. She wants to be the flower girl, all the bridesmaids… She's very excited about it!"

The star then shared the news that Coco had also performed at her dad David Arquette's wedding to Christina McLarty.

"She's loving this wedding stuff," Courteney said, adding: "She's a really good singer, I don't know where she got it from. She did karaoke and she takes singing lessons, but she got the lead in this play, and like I said, she sang two songs. She sang I Will Always Love You at David's wedding. That's a hard song!"

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