Ed Sheeran has finally revealed the surprise celebrity who will be featuring the remix version of ‘Perfect’. And that is none other than Queen Bey. ‘Perfect’, which is already a widely appreciated song is set to become all the better and the likability has gone up by featuring Beyonce. Sheeran announced that a new take on the song is on its way and will be a duet one with him and Queen B. Ed took to Instagram saying, “Got Beyoncé to duet with me on ‘Perfect’, comes out today at 7pm ET / 4pm PT / midnight GMT.” This isn’t the first time the duo are collaborating for a pop feast. In 2015, Ed and Bey had performed on a rendition of “Drunk in Love,” and also teamed up for a Stevie Wonder tribute that same year.

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And then comes social media, which obviously could not believe that the amazing two are coming together again. In May, talking about working with Beyonce, Ed told The People, “After having sung with Beyoncé, I’d say she’s always top of my list. Even just standing near her onstage makes me look better – just because she’s really that amazing. She has this aura around her of just talent. Rehearsing with her, hearing her sing up close is just a thing to marvel. Even if my career ended tomorrow, I’ll still be able to tell my grandkids that I got to sing with Beyoncé. She will be remembered as one of the greats.” Now, that’s a fanboy!

Here is Ed’s post:

Got Beyoncé to duet with me on Perfect, comes out today at 7pm ET / 4pm PT / midnight GMT x

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And meanwhile, watch the original ‘Perfect’ here:

‘Perfect’ with Beyoncé is scheduled to be released tonight at 7 p.m. ET today. The original song was released on his album ‘÷’ in March 2017. Social media users just couldn’t believe that British superstar was again coming together with Bey. What do you think about the team-up? Do let us know in the comment section below.