Ed Sheeran opens up about Beyonce duet


Thanks to Ed Sheeran, we now know that Beyoncé has a really quirky habit.

If "Perfect" hangs onto top spot when the tally is published this Friday, it'll become Sheeran's fourth United Kingdom chart leader after "Sing", "Thinking Out Loud" and "Shape of You".

Flawless that released on Thursday night, is about Sheeran's girlfriend of nearly three years and former high school pal, Cherry Seaborn.

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Sheeran also revealed that their song had been planned since May and that they finished recording it in September.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, a 26-year-old Sheeran said: "I have an email address that I email [to get in touch with Beyonce] that actually changes every week".

"You never can tell what celebs will do, but if she is doing it I can think of simpler ways of solving her problem", he said. Musician and occasional Beyoncé collaborator Ed Sheeran learned this while working with the singer on a remix of his song "Perfect".

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He adds, "Then when we got in together, it wasn't so much notes, it was very much like a back and forth thing, like, 'What'd you think of this?' Or 'What do you think of this?' and [we were] probably in the studio for four hours".

And what did he learn from Bey? She was just like, 'Right!' Went in, one take, came out, like, 'Yeah, that sounds alright!'

He said: "It's something I kinda did just to see whether she would say yes.I just wanted to see what would happen".

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