Demi Lovato Teases Ed Sheeran Collaboration On Twitter

Demi Lovato would love to write a tune with Ed Sheeran. As it turns out, the feeling is mutual.

The “Neon Lights” singer recently shared a list of her dream collaborations on Twitter. Included in the mix were Sheeran, Kelly Clarkson, Nicki Minaj, and Eminem. While the others have yet to respond to the post, it didn’t take long for Ed to shoot a tweet in Lovato’s general direction.

If Demi wants to team up with the “A Team” singer in the near future, then all she needs to do is clear her schedule. Judging from his response, the guy is apparently down for working with Lovato.

Here’s the tweet that sparked the entire conversation.

Not surprisingly, a lot of Demi Lovato fans were extremely excited about the record artists she wanted to collaborate with in the studio. It didn’t take long for the post to rack up over 24,000 retweets and approximately 30,000 favorites. Of course, nobody expected Ed Sheeran to toss his thoughts and feelings into the 140-character mix.

@ddlovato let's write a song then!

— Ed Sheeran (@edsheeran) April 29, 2014

Demi Lovato’s response: Sheer delight.

I am SO down!!!!!!! RT @edsheeran: @ddlovato let's write a song then!

— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) April 29, 2014

Since Lovato previously discussed releasing a new album at some point down the road, it’s possible that her collaboration with Sheeran could find its way onto that project. The folks over at BSCKids previously reported that Demi is also penning a few tunes with Nick Jonas, who was also responsible for helping out with the Neon Lights Tour.

“Music studio magic with Nick Jonas. The best song we’ve written together yet,” she recently posted on Twitter. It seems Lovato is dead set on getting as many top-notch songwriters as humanly possible on her next record.

While fans are patiently waiting for Demi to release her next album, they can obsess over the special edition of Demi that recently arrived in South America. In addition to getting a handful of live tracks, the re-issued record also contains a bonus DVD. Unfortunately, this edition of the album is only available in South America as of this writing. It’s unknown when or if the re-release will hit retail shelves in other territories.

What do you think about Demi Lovato teaming up with Ed Sheeran? Do you think the pair would make beautiful music together?