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Aussie pop sensation Budjerah Slabb will be supporting  when the superstar begins the Australian leg of his world tour in February.<br>And the 19-year-old First Nations singer has now revealed that it was a song he wrote in the back of his car for Ed which eventually led to him scoring the prized gig.<br>'I just got a phone call one day from my manager and they said, "do you want to write a verse for an Ed Sheeran song?,"' Budjerah told  on Friday.<br>      (image:  )    Aussie singer Budjerah Slabb (pictured) will be supporting Ed Sheeran when the superstar begins the Australian leg of his world tour in February<br>'I was like, "what? That's pretty crazy,"' he continued.<br>  RELATED ARTICLES                                                                        Share this article                  Share                  1k shares                                  The song, released last May, became Ed Sheeran's hit 2Step.<br>'I wrote my verse in the car straight away, to the karaoke version of the track on YouTube. And they liked it.'<br>The version of the song featuring the Queensland singer currently has 147,000 views on YouTube.<br>      (image:  )    And the 19-year-old First Nations singer has now revealed that it was a song he wrote in the back of his car for Ed Sheeran (pictured) which eventually led to him scoring the prized gig<br>Meanwhile, it was Mushroom Music's Matt Gudinski, the son of late famed promoter Michael Gudinski, who suggested the teenager support Ed on his massive stadium tour Down Under after the success of 2Step.<br>'I've never done anything this big,' Budjerah gushed, 'It's stadiums, you can't even picture that many people, you have to spin around to see them all. That's ridiculous.' <br>Budjerah will be promoting on his new single Therapy, with fellow support act Maisie Peters.<br>      (image:  )    The Queensland-born teenager collaborated with the British on the song 2Step <br>Ed Sheeran's + - = ÷ x Tour, also known as The Mathematics Tour will begin in Australia in Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium on February 17, 18, and 19.<br>This will be followed by concerts in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Perth.<br>It comes after Budjerah created a sensation at the 2021  night with his heartfelt thank you speech after winning one of the night's biggest accolades. <br>After performing his debut single 'Missing You', the 19-year-old was announced as the recipient of the Michael Gudinski Breakthrough Artist award. <br>'This was a lot heavier than I thought it was going to be,' he said as he appeared taken aback.<br>      (image:  )    Budjerah will be playing stadiums across Australia with the British superstar beginning in Brisbane on February 17<br>                                data-track-module="am-external-links^external-links">  Read more:                  DM.later('bundle', function()        DM.has('external-source-links', 'externalLinkTracker');    ); March 15 (Reuters) - Purplebricks Group, Britain's biggest online-only estate agency, said on Wednesday it has held talks over a possible takeover offer with Strike Ltd but the smaller rival was not currently participating in the formal sale process.<br> Shares in Purplebricks rose more than 14% in morning trade on the news.<br> A local industry publication Estate Agent Today reported on Wednesday, citing sources close to the talks, that Strike was interested in combining the Purplebricks brand with its own fee-free model, but was being stifled by the bidding process.<br> Strike did not immediately respond to a Reuters request for comment.<br> A non disclosure agreement required as part of the takeover process would prevent Strike from speaking with its investors to back the potential deal, the report said.<br> Sky News reported earlier this month that Purplebricks founder and former Chief Executive Officer Michael Bruce had been considering floating an offer to regain control over the company, nearly four years after he stepped down from the role.<br> Purplebricks had a turbulent 2022 as it struggled with implementing a new operating model.  It saw at least three major management reshuffles and one of its top-10 shareholders - Lecram Holdings - called for the removal of Paul Pindar as chairman.<br> (Reporting by Aby Jose Koilparambil in Bengaluru; Editing by Savio D'Souza and Shinjini Ganguli)<br>
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