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How Taylor Swift Brought Ed Sheeran And His Fiancée Together

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This past winter, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, and Future released “End Game.” On top of it being a huge hit, it turns out that the single has a few secrets hiding in the lyrics. In the song, Ed drops clues that tell the story of his relationship with the woman who would become his fiancée.

Taylor And Ed Dish

In a just-released behind-the-scenes of the music video for “End Game,” Taylor and Ed relax on a couch like the best friends they are. Ed, as usual, perches himself slightly above Taylor, which Taylor says reveals a lot about his psychology. Once they settle in, they spill the tea.

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When talking about Ed’s writing process, Taylor praises the lyrics, “After the storm/ something was born/ on The Fourth of July.” At first, Ed says they’re a reference to an obscure Tom Cruise film. Taylor, however, is more interested in the real-life context.

True Significance Of The Fourth Of July

Ed reveals that his first date with his fiancée, a former classmate, took place on The Fourth of July. Taylor asks where the date happened, specifically. Ed was in Rhode Island, and coincidentally so was this former classmate and future fiancée. The two wanted to meet up, so what better place than where they ended up going?

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They went to Taylor Swift’s house in Rhode Island. The pop megastar was having a Fourth of July party, and Ed asked if his date could come over. Taylor enthusiastically agreed.

Best First Date Ever

It’s a pretty impressive first date! Attending a party at Taylor Swift’s house definitely beats going to grab a coffee.

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“Um, and yeah, here we are,” Ed finishes with a modest, happy smile. “Here we are,” meaning engaged to be married. The question is, though, who will sing the song at the wedding of the man who practically invented “Perfect” wedding songs?

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