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Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran Spark Dating Rumors

Singers reportedly spent most of a night together at her hotel

March 1, 2013 3:25 PM ET
Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift
Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift
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Despite her plethora of breakup songs, Taylor Swift won't let failed love hold her back. The pop star recently spent a discreet night with British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran before the Brit Awards last month, according to E! News. Sheeran reportedly spent most of the night on February 19th at Swift's hotel. When he left, Sheeran used a car that Swift had used earlier that day.

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The two also reportedly dated "briefly" last spring. Sheeran appeared on Swift's latest album, Red, contributing to "Everything Has Changed." Sheeran also had "Red" tattooed on his arm last year, which fed rumors of a possible relationship. The rumors seem unlikely to die down quickly: Sheeran and Swift are touring together from March 13th to September 21st.

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