Taylor Swift falling for Ed Sheeran

2012-10-31 21:00
Los Angeles - Taylor Swift is rumoured to be falling head-over-heels for Ed Sheeran, reports The Daily Mirror.

The 22-year-old singer who collaborated with the British singer-songwriter on her track Everything Has Changed for her new album Red, recently invited him to support her for all 45 shows in her tour next year.

Taylor posted a picture of the pair looking cosy together on Instagram just hours after it was revealed he got a new tattoo inspired by her.

Fans can expect more collaborations

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper the pair are getting "increasingly close" less than a week after her sudden split from 18-year-old Conor Kennedy was revealed.

The 21-year-old Lego House singer recently unveiled his new Red tattoo on his forearm said to be a homage to Taylor's new album, and is identical to the album's font.

Taylor has previously described Ed as one of her "favourite people in the world" and recently revealed that fans can expect more collaborations between them in the future.

'We wrote songs all day'

She said: "We had both reached out to each other's camps at the same time. 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 Los Angeles and we spent all night sitting on the kitchen floor laughing, writing songs and harmonising.

"We have made other songs and we will put them out at different times."

Ed is currently touring the UK and revealed his plans to wear a costume for his show in Nottingham on Halloween, taking to his Twitter page and posting: "I'm gonna dress up in costume for the gig, I hope all of you do too (sic)."
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