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Hollywood Life: Ed Sheeran's impromptu duet

Ed Sheeran was walking through West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada, on Sunday when he heard 13-year-old fan Sydney Bourbeau singing his hit "Thinking Out Loud" as part of her music school's fundraiser for the Humane Society. Instead of just admiring the performance, Sheeran, 24, got on stage and sang with her.

"I didn't want to stop, but I wanted to talk to him," Bourbeau told The Edmondton Journal. "This is, like, the best thing that's ever happened to me." A video of the duet was posted on YouTube.

Afterward, Sheeran gave Sydney two tickets to his concert that night at Rexall Place in Edmonton.

Swift meets newlyweds

Right before Taylor Swift's show Saturday at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field, fans Katy Harris and Chris Eisenmann got married in the parking lot. The new bride also wore her wedding gown to the concert.

The singer's mom reportedly spotted the newlyweds at Swift's show and invited them backstage, where the couple got to meet their favorite performer. The three chatted for a while and the bride and groom got to take a picture with Swift, which Harris shared on Instagram.

Here's the caption: "Last night was a dream sequence. Instagram, meet my new husband Chris and our new friend Taylor!!!!!! I have no words to express last night!! My two dreams came true!!!"

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