Hold your horses music fans! We reveal a sneak peak into the surprise duet of two of the hottest stars.
Turns out, two of today’s biggest stars in music have joined together for a new song! And the song just so happens to be the soundtrack for the most anticipated movie to come out next year.
The stars are none other than pop sensation Taylor Swift and music heartthrob Zayn Malik. The news was revealed by Taylor via her social media account.
The song titled, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” is currently available on iTunes. But for those of you who don’t have access, don’t fret! Taylor revealed a little sneak peak in a separate Instagram post.
The news drove fans crazy as soon as it hit the internet, as the insane amount of fans of both stars instantly took to social media to share their thrill.
Zayn was also quick to share the news with an adorable picture of him carrying Taylor’s cats.
American writer, producer and actress as well as close friend of Taylor Swift, Lena Durhum, also revealed some behind-the-scenes details about the track.
She wrote, “Holy motherf–king s–t!!! My boyfriend [Jack Antonoff] is a genius and he wrote the new single from Fifty Shades Darker with Sam Dew and my girl @taylorswift (who has never sounded more sultry)” she wrote on social media. “And then there’s @zayn blowing up my whole heart. SO. DAMN. PROUD of @jackantonoff. On iTunes now I just bought itttttttt.”
Even Zayn’s girlfriend, Gigi Hadid, proudly showed off on Twitter that she was an owner of the song.
The song is Taylor’s first release since her highly successful 2014 album ‘1989’ which released that October. However, the star did showcase her song writing skills with Little Big Town’s single, ‘Better Man’
Check out the exclusive sneak peak of the soundtrack below:
If you’re captivated by the Fifty Shades Darker movie than we’ve got some more good news. Young artist Miguel is also expected to be on the soundtrack for the film after his cover of Beyonce’s ‘Crazy In Love’ was released earlier this week.
The anticipation for the film just keeps growing , doesn’t it?