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16 August 2012, 13:20
The 'Lego House' star has teased fans by posting a picture of the two together while recording.
Ed Sheeran has promised that his long awaited collaboration with US country-pop star Taylor Swift will be unveiled soon.
The 'A Team' singer-songwriter revealed to Capital earlier this year that he had been in the recording studio with the 'Love Story' singer, but refused to give out any more details, and Taylor confirmed this week that the duet will feature on her upcoming new album 'Red'.
Ed continued to tease fans about the song's reveal by promising them on Twitter this afternoon (16th August) that the unveiling of their team-up is not too far away.
"Duet coming soon…," Ed tweeted, alongside a picture of the two together recently, which sees Taylor holding up a copy of Ed's debut album '+'.
Taylor gave an interview this week in which she sang the praise of the 'Lego House' singer, describing him as one of her "favourite people in the world".
Ed has been similarly complimentative about his duet partner, saying she has been a "good friend" and revealing she had been a pleasure to work with in the studio.
Check out a picture of Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift posing together below (Credit: Twitter):
Last week saw Ed Sheeran taking the stage alongside music veterans Mike Rutherford and Nick Mason as well as The Feeling's Richard Jones to perform Pink Floyd's song 'Wish You Were Here' at the Olympics closing ceremony.
Ed Sheeran is currently working on his second studio album while Taylor Swift is set to launch new album 'Red' on 22nd October.