Ed Sheeran dug deep during his recent Comic Relief trip to Africa, paying for a hotel to rescue six children from abuse. The singer presented his film about life for the impoverished children of Liberia as part of Britain's Red Nose Day telethon on Friday and then revealed he couldn't just shoot the footage and chat to the kids, many of whom had been raped and beaten. In one touching clip, he sobbed as a young girl called Peaches, who had lost her father during the Ebola crisis, sang to him. The emotional singer fought back tears and debated what he could do to help the troubled desperate, young Africans after meeting a young boy being beaten by an older man. He opted to pay for the boy and his five friends to be housed in a nearby hotel and schooled. “It doesn't matter how much it costs,” he said.