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Taylor Swift And Ed Sheeran Are Friendship Goals In This Live Duet Of 'End Game'

Sheeran made a surprise appearance at the Jingle Ball.

Not long after Ed Sheeran released his duet of "Perfect" with Beyoncé, he surprised fans with yet another collaboration — this time with his good friend Taylor Swift. The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer was performing at the KIIS-FM Jingle Ball in Los Angeles on Friday when Sheeran made an appearance to help her perform "End Game."


The song is from Swift's newest album Reputation, and features both Sheeran and Future. Sheeran, who was recently nominated for two Grammys, appeared on stage to perform his verse in the song, driving fans in the audience (and on social media) wild.

According to Rolling Stone, the Jingle Ball marked Swift's first concert appearance in 10 months. Her six-song set included the live debuts of both "End Game" and "Look What You Made Me Do." During her last concert tour for 1989, Swift made headlines for the special guests she brought on stage. We can't wait to see who makes an appearance during next year's tour.

"End Game" isn't the first song on which Swift and Sheeran have collaborated. They co-wrote and performed the track "Everything Has Changed" for Swift's 2012 album Red, and later released an adorable music video featuring mini-me versions of themselves. Sheeran recently confirmed that there will be an "End Game" video, and we can't wait to see it.

Check out Swift and Sheeran's full peformance below:

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