Ed Sheeran 'loved' Taylor Swift duet
Ed Sheeran "loved" working with Taylor Swift on a track for her forthcoming new album 'Red'
This article is from 2012.
Ed Sheeran "loved" working with Taylor Swift.
The 'Lego House' hitmaker teamed up with the blonde beauty to record a duet for the 22-year-old singer's forthcoming new album 'Red', and the flame-haired star "can't wait" for fans to hear the result of their hard work.
Speaking in the Virgin Media Louder Lounge at the V Festival in Chelmsford, Essex, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I loved working with Taylor, it was such a great experience.
"She's a really nice girl. I can't wait for everyone to hear her new album."
Taylor and Ed recorded their forthcoming duet while bouncing on a trampoline and the country singer counts the 'A Team' singer as one of her "favourite people".
She explained: "Ed Sheeran is one of my favourite people in the world.
"He's so cool and he's such a great artist. We wrote a song while sitting on a trampoline that we loved so much that we ended up recording it as a duet."
As well as working with Ed, Taylor - whose last album was 2010's 'Speak Now' - teamed up with a number of her favourite songwriters to record 'Red', which will feature 16 tracks and is inspired by a number of her past relationships.
She explained: "'Speak Now', I wrote it completely on my own and I didn't have any co-writers and you know, that was an amazing way to make a record and I was really proud of it.
"But when it came to approaching this album I really wanted to go back to the drawing board and think about a different way to approach it."