Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift's duet, 'Everything Has Changed,' is slated to be Swift's next single from 'Red.' The track is already a fan favorite, but it's not the only collaboration the tourmates have done together. Sheeran revealed there are more duets on the horizon -- and on his phone!
One Direction pumped out two albums in 2012 -- their debut, 'Up All Night,' followed mere months later by 'Take Me Home.' Continuing to strike while the iron is hot, the band were reportedly hard at work already on album No. 3 -- and now, a little bird is saying their third record is done!
Fresh from plunking down a cool $17 milli in cash(!!!) for a waterfront Rhode Island mansion, Taylor Swift is getting back to work, to speak. She is said to be preparing the acoustic duet 'Everything Has Changed' as the fifth single from 'Red,' which she co-wrote with her tourmate, British ginger kid Ed Sheeran, who also appears on the track.
Ed Sheeran and One Direction are some of the biggest stars on the planet right now, but just because they're pop stars doesn't mean they party like rock stars. In fact, they actually hang out like the cutest senior citizens ever.
Late last year, there were rumors that Ed Sheeran, who has penned tracks for One Direction, was working with Justin Bieber on his January-released acoustic album. Apparently, the talented singers are remaining in contact and sharing musical material, as a tweet between the two indicates that Sheeran has heard some new Bieber songs and liked what hit his ears.
We've always liked to imagine that when Taylor Swift needs to send someone a message, ponies are somehow involved -- or, at the very least, scented, glitter-festooned stationery. Sadly, the truth is far more mundane.
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