When two of the most promising, soulful British musicians decide to work together, we know we're in for a fantastic musical collaboration.

Ella Henderson, the singer behind the hit song "Ghost," and Ed Sheeran, of "Thinking Out Loud" and "Sing" fame, have reportedly discussed the possibility of working together. If they sang together, we're pretty sure it would be the best pop duet since Ed sang "Everything Has Changed" with Taylor Swift.

Ella talked to J-14 about their plans for an upcoming collaboration, saying, "I would love to! We mentioned it at the time [when we first met], and I'm sure if we can find the time to, we would love to do something. That's definitely something to look forward to in the future at some point. I'd love to write with him."

According to J-14, Ella and Ed began discussing the possibility of writing and performing together while they were both flying back to England after appearing on The Voice in Germany. They ended up flying back together and discussing future plans.

"We were both on the same schedule, so I asked him if he wanted to come back on my jet instead of flying the next morning, and we kind of just hung out on the plane," Ella told J-14.

Ed isn't the only person Ella will be collaborating with in the near future. Danny O’Donoghue of the Script told BANG Showbiz that he and Ella have plans to work together as well.

"I've got a writing session with Ella Henderson next month as well so I'm really looking forward to that, she's an amazing vocalist," he said.

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