Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran let their hair down in End Game video

Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran party all over the world in the new video for their song End Game, leaving fans excited over their on-screen union.

The singers are also joined by rapper Future on the track, from Swift’s sixth album Reputation, as they raise glasses in Tokyo, London and Miami in the glamorous clip.

Swift, 28, and Future are first seen enjoying a night on a luxury yacht before the US pop star goes to a club in Tokyo to knock back drinks with Sheeran.

Another scene in the video shows the pair letting loose at a house party in London before Swift hops on a red double decker bus with friends.

The video was directed by Joseph Kahn, who has previously directed a number of Swift’s videos including Bad Blood, Look What You Made Me Do and Blank Space.

Fans of Swift and Sheeran took to Twitter to share their elation at seeing the stars in a music video together.

One said: “Totally can’t get over the bond between Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran in #EndGameMusicVideo It was PERFECT!!”

Along with an emoji with hearts for eyes, another wrote: “Taylor and Ed having a super fun time during #EndGameMusicVideo is why I love their friendship.”

Several other fans declared Swift and Sheeran “friendship goals”, while others praised the duo – nicknamed “Sweeran” – for their partnership.

British singer-songwriter Sheeran, 26, and Swift have been friends for years and have collaborated several times, and he also supported her on her 2013 Red world tour.

Other fans spotted Swift’s apparent dig at being nicknamed a “snake”, as she was seen playing the snake video game briefly in the music clip.

One fan wrote: “Lmao dying, people accused taylor swift of playing snake and she’s literally playing snake on her new video #endgamemusicvideo.”

“And the Queen of Snakes played Snake in the #EndGameMusicVideo,” one of Swift’s admirers said, adding: “Haters, you are lucky to be acknowledged. And trolled. HAHAHAHA!”

Swift’s album Reputation topped the charts following its release in November.

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