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Ellie Goulding Wants Another Skrillex Collaboration Despite Recent Break-Up
The 'Lights' singer has also opened up about the video for her new single 'Figure 8'.
Ellie Goulding has confirmed that she and ex-boyfriend Skrillex will work together again if they get the opportunity.
"I think we'd like to do some more stuff together, if we get a chance," Ellie confirmed to MTV News this week. "We're both still big fans of each other, and nothing changes that, so if we get a chance we will.
The 'Hanging On' singer recently unveiled the music video for her next single 'Figure 8' and explained the concept behind the video as simply being about the "desperation of unrequited love".
"I kind of just wanted to put into one video the desperation of unrequited love," Ellie explained. "I didn't want to do anything that conceptual, I just wanted to do something very performance [driven] and try to get across as much as possible how horrible, how heartbreaking, how desperate and hopeless it is.
She added: But there's also a bit in to where I say, 'Lovers hold on', so there's a little hopeful element to it as well."
Check out a picture of Ellie Goulding promoting new record 'Halcyon' earlier this year below:
Producer Skrillex and Ellie have previously collaborated on the song 'Bittersweet', which appears on the soundtrack for new cinema release The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two.
Ellie Goulding released her second studio album 'Halcyon' in October this year.
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The 'I Need Your Love' singer will perform across seven cities in October 2013.
The biggest ever line-up for the Summertime Ball has been revealed this week.
Watch the pair getting intimate in the romantic themed promo to the pair's latest single release.
The 'Anything Could Happen' star is back with the next video from her album 'Halcyon'.