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U2 frontman Bono is apparently a big Taylor Swift fan as Swift teased a possible collaboration between the two.

Both Bono, 62, and Swift, 32, both appeared on the UK talk show The Graham Norton Show, where Bono declared himself a ‘Swiftie.’

When the host asked if they have ever worked together, Swift said they hadn’t but teased that may change soon.

Collab: U2 frontman Bono is apparently a big Taylor Swift fan as Swift teased a possible collaboration between the two; Swift pictured September 20 in Nashville, Tennessee

Collab: U2 frontman Bono is apparently a big Taylor Swift fan as Swift teased a possible collaboration between the two; Swift pictured September 20 in Nashville, Tennessee

Bono: Both Bono, 62, and Swift, 32, both appeared on the UK talk show The Graham Norton Show, where Bono declared himself a 'Swiftie'; pictured on Thursday with Eddie Redmayne (R)

Bono: Both Bono, 62, and Swift, 32, both appeared on the UK talk show The Graham Norton Show, where Bono declared himself a ‘Swiftie’; pictured on Thursday with Eddie Redmayne (R)

When asked if they’ve ever worked together, Swift replied, ‘Not yet. We’re gonna talk about it later.’

Bono was promoting his new book Surrender while Swift was promoting her new album Midnights.

Bono said, ‘I’m a Swiftie’ on the program, a gesture that touched Swift as she put her hands to her heart.

Soon: When the host asked if they have ever worked together, Swift said they hadn't but teased that may change soon; seen in 2018 in Hollywood

Soon: When the host asked if they have ever worked together, Swift said they hadn’t but teased that may change soon; seen in 2018 in Hollywood

Later: When asked if they've ever worked together, Swift replied, 'Not yet. We're gonna talk about it later'; pictured September 20

Later: When asked if they’ve ever worked together, Swift replied, ‘Not yet. We’re gonna talk about it later’; pictured September 20

Swiftie: Bono said, 'I'm a Swiftie' on the program, a gesture that touched Swift as she put her hands to her heart; seen in 2014 in Beverly Hills

Swiftie: Bono said, ‘I’m a Swiftie’ on the program, a gesture that touched Swift as she put her hands to her heart; seen in 2014 in Beverly Hills

‘He’s so nice he sent me roses when I played in Dublin. He doesn’t want to take credit … He’s a truly great person. He’s just that great and thoughtful, just the best there is,’ Swift added. 

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‘I better have a drink,’ Bono joked.

Swift’s appearance comes just days after she topped the charts with Midnights in record-breaking fashion.

Nice: 'He’s so nice he sent me roses when I played in Dublin. He doesn’t want to take credit … He’s a truly great person. He’s just that great and thoughtful, just the best there is,' Swift added; seen in 2018

Nice: ‘He’s so nice he sent me roses when I played in Dublin. He doesn’t want to take credit … He’s a truly great person. He’s just that great and thoughtful, just the best there is,’ Swift added; seen in 2018

Chart topper: Swift's appearance comes just days after she topped the charts with Midnights in record-breaking fashion; seen September 9 in Toronto, Canada

Chart topper: Swift’s appearance comes just days after she topped the charts with Midnights in record-breaking fashion; seen September 9 in Toronto, Canada

Midnights became the biggest-selling record of the decade, selling 1.6 million records sold in the United States and 3 million worldwide.

It debuted atop the Billboard charts in the U.S. and was #1 in the UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Ireland, Finland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden.

She also became the only recording artist in history to have five albums debut with over 1 million units sold. 

Biggest: Midnights became the biggest-selling record of the decade, selling 1.6 million records sold in the United States and 3 million worldwide; pictured September 20 in Nashville

Biggest: Midnights became the biggest-selling record of the decade, selling 1.6 million records sold in the United States and 3 million worldwide; pictured September 20 in Nashville

The album already surpassed 1 billion global streams in less than one week, a new career high for Swift.

Swift also broke the all-time record for most single day streams for an artist catalog in global Spotify history (228 million).

She also became the Most Streamed Female Artist in Spotify history, first to cross 35 billion across all credits.

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