Never ever getting together? Ed Sheeran joins Taylor Swift for surprise duet at Wembley
Taylor Swift, it seems, has something of a soft spot for British men.
After her romance with Harry Styles, the Nashville singer has been linked to Suffolk-born folkster Ed Sheeran.
The pair performed a surprise duet at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball at Wembley yesterday.
Their romantic single “Everything Has Changed” is a far cry from Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and has sparked rumours that the two may be dating.
Sheeran has been touring up and down North America with Swift for the past two months. However the 22-year-old recently denied that he was having a romance with Swift, saying it would be "idiotic" and "unprofessional".
Rumours of a romance, however, will no doubt help him ‘break’ America, if One Direction’s transatlantic success is anything to go by…
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