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2 August 2012, 07:40 | Updated: 2 August 2012, 07:47
The 'Lego House' singer reveals that he will give a rendition of the legendary band's hit single 'Wish You Were Here'.
Ed Sheeran has confirmed that he will be taking part in the London 2012 Olympic Games closing ceremony – performing on stage with Pink Floyd.
The 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' star has teased plans for a performance recently admitting he "may or may not" be playing with a "big rock band".
Media reports had suggested he would be taking to the stage with The Who, although he has now admitted it will be Pink Floyd.
He told Nova: "I'm playing the closing ceremony – which I think is kinda cool right?
"A lot of people think that I'm doing a song with The Who but I'm not – I'm doing a song with Pink Floyd. I'm doing 'Wish You Were Here'"
He admitted the performance from the band would not include the full remaining members but admitted Nick Mason would be on the drums and they are looking to get others involved.
One Direction, Jessie J and Sir Elton John have all been linked with performances at the event which is set to celebrate the Best of British music.
Meanwhile, Ed is currently working on his new studio album and has also recently teamed up with the likes of Taylor Swift and Snow Patrol.