The season finale of America's Got Talent aired just last night (Sept. 17), and to celebrate the show's end (just this season, of course), Ed Sheeran stopped by to perform his hit "Don't" off of his latest album x.

Sheeran took to the stage with his signature guitar and proceeded on with a fiery rendition of the latest hit, performing for judges Howard Stern, Heidi Klum, Mel B and Howie Mandel.

Following the performance, he was greeted with a standing ovation, leaving many to see that while some people in America may have questionable talent, this guy has it all! Despite not actually being from America, of course.

Check out Sheeren's performance of "Don't" below:

Pop Crush notes that on an earlier appearance on Stern's radio program, the legendary DJ-turned-TV-judge inquired whether or not the rumors were true regarding the single being about Niall Horan taking Ellie Goulding from the singer.

To that, Sheeran responded, "I mean, the papers say a lot of things. I've kept my mouth shut about a lot of things."

Pressing the artist further, Stern asked if the song had to do with a member of One Direction. To which Sheeren replied, "Well, it depends which one you're talking about."

So, what did you think of Sheeran's performance? Or better yet, his words on Stern's radio show?

Back when Sheeran's second album, x, came out, Music Times reviewed the record in our Junk Mail. For that story, hop on over here.