Ed Sheeran's Croke Park gig to feature in new Bridget Jones movie

Were you at one of those legendary Ed Sheeran concerts in Croke Park last month?

Well, you might just spot yourself in the new Bridget Jones movie - yes, you read that right.

According to The Sun, the concert will feature in the third instalment of the famous franchise, Bridget Jones's Baby.

Ed Sheeran's Croke Park gig to feature in new Bridget Jones movie

Producers reportedly filmed Bridget on top of a man’s shoulders during Ed’s live set.

Actress Renée Zellweger was not present during the filming as it would have caused too much attention, so a stunt double was used instead.

Ed Sheeran's Croke Park gig to feature in new Bridget Jones movie

''There was no risk in filming Renée at a busy gig. But they knew the cat would be out the bag the minute people saw her at the show,” a source said.

''Renée's body double and the cameramen were in and out of the crowd as quickly as possible”.

Did you spot anything suspicious amongst the crowd?

The long-awaited movie is set to go into full production later this year.


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