Ed Sheeran's fallen in love with New Zealand - and he's thinking about becoming a citizen.
The British singer, 26, took a belated Kiwi "gap year" last year, ending up bungy jumping with Peter Jackson's daughter and getting a personal tour of Jackson's war memorabilia.
And he had such a good time, he's asked about citizenship, he said in a Daily Star interview.
"I did ask for citizenship and I think we got an email from someone involved with that. So maybe that's going to happen. I could be a citizen," he told the UK newspaper.
He also liked that we're pretty far away from the madness of the rest of the globe.
I've always said that if a world war breaks out, the one place I would go to is New Zealand because no-one is going to be bothered to come that far to invade," he told the newspaper.
"They'll be like, 'Ah, we'll leave them be.'"
Earlier this week, Sheeran said his next trip to New Zealand would be as part of a tour following his album release on March 3.
"See you soon. I'll be coming there soon for a tour," he said in a video posted by his record label.
Sheeran's label, Warners New Zealand, said "we are sure we will see him back here at some point soon".