The British songstress has released her brand-new song, "Love Me Like You Do," for the film, and it's soft and sultry.
Ellie's vocals soar over the Max Martin-produced power ballad, encompassing the romantic relationship that flourishes between Christian Grey in Anastasia Steele. It's hard to pinpoint where exactly in the movie this song would fit because we can totally picture it being played during any steamy scene.
"You're the cure/ you're the pain/ you're the only thing I want to touch/ Never knew that it/ could mean so much/ You're the fear/ I don't care/ 'Cause I've never been so high," Ellie sings on the track.
While we don't have the full list of artists that have contributed to the "Fifty Shades Of Grey" soundtrack, Ellie's song does follow the recent release of The Weekend's "Earned It" and Beyonce's contributions to the movie's trailers.
This isn't' the first time Ellie, who hinted that the video for "Love Me Like You Do," will drop in a "few days," has been featured on a movie soundtrack. She contributed "Beating Heart" to the "Divergent" soundtrack, "Mirror" to "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" and "Bittersweet" to the soundtrack of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2."
"Fifty Shades of Grey" hits theaters February 13.