Ed Sheeran enjoys a boys night out with Shane Warne and his son Jackson in Melbourne

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“Great to hang out with these legends!” Ed Sheeran enjoys a boys night out with cricketer Shane Warne and his son Jackson in Melbourne

Ed Sheeran makes the most of his stay at Down Under.

And on Friday, the 30-year-old Perfect singer had a boys’ night out in Melbourne with cricket legend Shane Warne and his son Jackson.

Both Shane, 51, and Jackson, 21, shared photos of their night with the British pop star on Instagram on Friday.

Night on the Town: Ed Sheeran (right) makes the most of his stay at Down Under and enjoys a night out with friends.  Pictured with Shane Warne

Night on the Town: Ed Sheeran (right) makes the most of his stay at Down Under and enjoys a night out with friends. Pictured with Shane Warne

‘Ed,’ Jackson simply captioned a photo of himself and the star, and added a second group photo with his famous dad.

The photo shows Ed with a glass of red wine, while Shane gives the camera a thumbs up.

Meanwhile, Shane shared a series of photos on Instagram Stories, writing, ‘Great hanging out with these legends’.

Australian friends: The 30-year-old Perfect singer had a boy's night out in Melbourne on Friday with former cricketer Shane Warne and his son Jackson (left)

Australian friends: The 30-year-old Perfect singer had a boy's night out in Melbourne on Friday with former cricketer Shane Warne and his son Jackson (left)

Australian friends: The 30-year-old Perfect singer had a boy’s night out in Melbourne on Friday with former cricketer Shane Warne and his son Jackson (left)

Catch up: Shane shared a series of photos on Instagram Stories, writing: 'Great hanging out with these legends'

Catch up: Shane shared a series of photos on Instagram Stories, writing: 'Great hanging out with these legends'

Catch up: Shane shared a series of photos on Instagram Stories, writing: ‘Great hanging out with these legends’

He also posted a selfie of himself and Ed, simply captioning it with just a bunch of red love heart emojis.

Ed flew to Australia late last month ahead of Michael Gudinski’s state memorial, Melbourne’s music industry memorial.

After being quarantined in Byron Bay earlier this month, he performed during the star-studded farewell to his late friend and mentor.

Paying his respects: Ed flew to Australia late last month ahead of Michael Gudinski's state memorial, Melbourne's music industry memorial.

Paying his respects: Ed flew to Australia late last month ahead of Michael Gudinski's state memorial, Melbourne's music industry memorial.

Paying his respects: Ed flew to Australia late last month ahead of Michael Gudinski’s state memorial, Melbourne’s music industry memorial.

Ed played a moving acoustic rendition of We Were Younger Then, before stopping to wipe tears from his eyes.

He also sat in the front row at the monument next to Gudinski’s grieving family, who were seen crying during the emotional ceremony.

“Wherever he went, he just lit up the room and then left,” Ed joked to Gudinski, after calling him a ‘tornado’ and a ‘ton of laughter.’

Taking the Stage: After being quarantined in Byron Bay earlier this month, he performed during the star-studded farewell to his late friend and mentor

Taking the Stage: After being quarantined in Byron Bay earlier this month, he performed during the star-studded farewell to his late friend and mentor

Taking the Stage: After being quarantined in Byron Bay earlier this month, he performed during the star-studded farewell to his late friend and mentor

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