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23 October 2012, 14:08
The 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' star says she and Ed will release more music together.
Taylor Swift has revealed that she and Ed Sheeran recorded several songs together during their recording session over the summer, and has promised fans they will eventually be released.
The 'Love Story' singer and UK star Ed Sheeran teamed up to record a song for her new album 'Red' several months ago, a track called 'Everything Has Changed', and Taylor has revealed how the collaboration came about as well as teasing further duets between the two artists.
"I was really excited about getting to work with Ed Sheeran because I love his songs so much - they're so beautiful," Taylor revealed to The Sun this week. "So when we ended up doing a duet, I was just so happy to have his voice on the record.
"We had both reached out to each other's camps at the same time," she explained. "I showed up at his hotel in Arizona and we just wrote songs all day.
"Then he came and hung out at my house in LA and we spent all night sitting on the kitchen floor laughing, writing songs and harmonising," Taylor revealed, before teasing: "We have made other songs and we will put them out at different times."
Check out a picture of Taylor Swift promoting her album with an appearance on a US chatshow below:
'Lego House' singer Ed recently described Taylor as "really sound" and admitted she was one of the "loveliest" people he had ever met.
Taylor Swift's new album 'Red', which features her team-up with Ed Sheeran on the song 'Everything Has Changed', is out now.