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19 June 2012, 07:06 | Updated: 19 June 2012, 09:12
The 'Small Bump' singer tells Capital they worked together on a project for the country star.
Ed Sheeran has revealed that his collaboration with Taylor Swift is not intended to appear on his own forthcoming new studio album.
The 'You Need Me, I Don't Need You' star teamed up with the American country star on his recent trip to the US and told Capitalfm.com that any material will feature on a project from the female star.
"Yeh, that's definitely for her," he confessed. "And because it's her project – I don't think I should speak on it. It's kind of for her to come out with first. So yeh, it's for her project."
The singer first admitted he had been working with the 'Love Story' singer back in May and was also seen playing his hit song 'Lego House' on a kitchen floor in a home video which was posted online by Taylor.
Ed is currently in the US promoting his debut '+' which was released this past week in North America and performed at the Canadian MuchMusic Video Awards on Sunday night (17th June).
You can listen to Ed Sheeran speaking to Capitalfm.com about the plans for his work with Taylor Swift below:
The star was also amongst the stars who recently performed at Capital FM's Summertime Ball 2012 which also included Usher, Justin Biber and Coldplay.
You can view a picture of Ed Sheeran backstage at the Summertime Ball 2012 below:
Speaking backstage at the event, he also revealed that his recorded collaboration with Example will be released for free this summer.
You can watch Ed Sheeran performing live at the Summertime Ball by clicking on the link below.