Tori Kelly has revealed Ed Sheeran is a comedian in the studio and kept doing impressions while they recorded their song 'I Was Made For Loving You'.
Tori Kelly has revealed Ed Sheeran is a comedian in the studio.
The 'Should've Been Us' singer admitted while the Grammy Award winner is a great musician, he's always messing around and pulling jokes while recording new tunes.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I think a lot of people think he is a goofball all the time, he is really good at the business side of things to. He is definitely an artist I respect and look up to.
''He is just funny, just always doing different voices, rapper impressions.''
The 22-year-old star collaborated with Ed on the track 'I Was Made For Loving You' on her debut album 'Unbreakable Smile' - which will be released tomorrow (16.10.15) - and praised him for making her feel so comfortable when they were working on the song.
She explained: ''He is really, really easy to work with, he just makes it really chilled, and relaxed. I was a fan of his before we met. The first time we met was when we did the duet, which is on my album now. He is really smart.
''What is cool about him that I am inspired by is that he is just himself on and off the stage, which I think is a really cool thing to take away from watching him perform in stadiums, he still hasn't changed even with all his success.''
And thinking about the future, she teased she's hoping to work with 'Hold Back The River' hitmaker James Bay.
She added: ''I just recently met James Bay, who I am a huge fan of. I think he'd be really cool to collaborate with. Even Little Simz, I think she is incredible.''
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