U2 frontman Bono is a big Taylor Swift fan, as Swift hinted at a possible collaboration between the two.
Both Bono, 62, and Swift, 32, appeared on The Graham Norton Show in the United Kingdom, where Bono declared himself a “Swiftie.”
When the host asked if they’d ever collaborated, Swift said no, but that could change soon.
Swift said they hadn’t worked together yet when asked if they had. We’ll talk about it later.’
Swift was promoting her new album Midnights, while Bono was promoting his new book Surrender.
On the show, Bono said, ‘I’m a Swiftie,’ which moved Swift to put her hands to her heart.
She also became Spotify’s Most Streamed Female Artist, the first to reach 35 billion streams across all credits.
‘He’s so nice that when I played in Dublin, he sent me roses.’ He refuses to accept credit… He’s a truly wonderful person. He’s just that wonderful and thoughtful, the best there is,’ Swift added.
‘I should get a drink,’ Bono joked.
Swift’s appearance comes just days after she topped the charts in record-breaking fashion with Midnights.
Midnights went on to become the best-selling album of the decade, selling 1.6 million copies in the United States and 3 million worldwide.
It debuted at the top of the Billboard charts in the United States, as well as in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Finland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden.
She also became the first recording artist in history to release five albums that sold over one million copies.
Swift’s album has already surpassed 1 billion global streams in less than a week, setting a new career high.
Swift also broke the global Spotify record for most single-day streams for an artist catalogue (228 million).
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