Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
The pop sensation recently concluded the North American segment of her Eras Tour, while Sheeran continues his ongoing tour.
Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran, longtime friends and collaborators, reunited on Thursday evening. The two were seen enjoying dinner at the exclusive Zero Bond club in New York City.
During the outing, Swift, aged 33, was attired in a rust-hued dress featuring a satin skirt and black platform loafers. Meanwhile, Sheeran, the artist behind “Bad Habits,” chose a more relaxed appearance with a white T-shirt and black jeans.
The encounter between the “Anti-Hero” singer and Sheeran occurred shortly after Swift finished the latest segment of her North American Eras Tour.
Originally commencing in Glendale, Arizona, in March, the tour was initially slated to conclude in Los Angeles on August 9th. However, Swift decided to extend the tour with additional shows across the United States and Canada in 2024.
These added tour dates will take the pop sensation to cities including Miami, New Orleans, and Toronto. The leg is set to begin on October 18th and conclude on November 23rd. Gracie Abrams, who previously supported Swift on the Eras Tour, will once again accompany her during this stretch.
Just a few days ago, Sheeran disclosed that he had not been contacted by Taylor Swift for a potential re-recording of “End Game,” the track they worked on together for Swift’s 2017 album “Reputation.”
During an appearance on Andy Cohen’s Deep & Shallow Podcast on Sirius XM earlier this week, Sheeran was queried by the host about whether he and Swift had already re-recorded a fresh rendition of “End Game.”
“No, I haven’t. No. No,” responded the “Eyes Closed” singer when questioned by Cohen. “But 1989 (Taylor’s Version) is the next one coming out. That’s the next one.”
The topic arose after Cohen, aged 55, inquired if Sheeran was keeping an eye on Swift’s Eras Tour and Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour, both of which coincide with Sheeran’s Subtract Tour.
“I believe what’s wonderful about each person’s performance is that it truly reflects them,” he elaborated. “Each of us has a unique show. We’re all performing. I would be thrilled to attend Taylor’s show, but we’re all booked for the same dates every weekend. I reckon there might be a chance next year when she’s in the U.K.”