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Taylor Swift plays impromptu performance with Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift plays impromptu performance with Ed Sheeran

TAYLOR PERFORMS: Taylor Swift gave an impromptu performance for a U.S. diplomat. Photo: Associated Press

Taylor Swift teamed up with singer Ed Sheeran and model Cara Delevigne for an impromptu performance at the home of a U.S. diplomat in London on Thursday.

The “Love Story” hitmaker is currently in the U.K. for her five-night-residency at the British capital’s O2 arena, and she moved her show to a smaller venue by performing in the foyer of the American ambassador’s house.

Swift posted a short video of the trio’s performance on Instagram.com, and wrote, “Me, Ed, Cara. Singing songs in the U.S. ambassador’s house. What is life.”

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Sheeran, who has been touring with the singer, strummed on his guitar and sang lead vocals on Heartbeats by The Knife, while Swift and Delevingne joined in with harmonies.

Swift will end her world tour in London Feb. 11.

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