Why Did Taylor Swift And Ed Sheeran Hide From The Cops On Grammy Night?

Things got weird.

Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and the police. One of those things you wouldn't associate with the other.

But, guess what? Taylor and Ed did have a bit of a brush with the police while living it up at a recent Grammy Awards after-party.

"We were at a party in Mark Ronson's room and then the police shut it down, they shut it down like Ke$ha," Ed said referring to Ke$ha's song, "Tik Tok" on BBC Radio 1 where he and Taylor were being interviewed together.

Taylor added, "That made us feel so cool. We had to hide in a bathroom. I grabbed Ed and I was like, 'Cops are here. Come with me.'"

You would think that their brush with the law would discourage them from going to another party, but think again. The two then made their way over to Sam Smith's Grammy celebration, and let's just say things got kind of weird.

"We spent 10 minutes hugging koala bears," Taylor said. "I woke up with an email from The Weeknd and he was like, 'You told me how beautiful I was for about 15 minutes straight and started petting my hair.' It looked really cool that night and I apparently went on and on about it. I was like 'you're so magnificent.'"

That sounds like a great party, but nothing compared to Taylor's recent 25th b-day party. The "Style" singer explained that she served sushi, pizza and an "amazing cake" to her guests, which included Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Selena Gomez, Jay Z and Queen B herself: Beyoncé.

"Beyoncé, she's awesome in a party scenario -- just the nicest, talking to everybody, dancing sometimes," Taylor said. "We all have a phrase now, everyone that was at the party: Dance as if Beyoncé is watching you."

Words that we should all live by.

Unfortunately, Ed couldn't reminisce about the b-day bash since he was overseas, but they did recall the time they realized they were true friends, which was during a writing session in Phoenix, Arizona.

"I walked in, I really didn't know what was going to happen," Ed said. "And I was greeted by a cat and you were nice and there was chocolate."

Along with the chocolate was another delicacy: In-N-Out Burger.

"That sold me because I always looked at American performers as people that just eat grapes once a day and I'm just going to inhale some air you know? 'I just had a gust of wind, I'm cool," Ed said showing off his best American accent. "So I was expecting to go there and be like 'Can I have a burger if Taylor is going to have a leaf of salad?' but then she was like, 'Let's get burgers' and I was like, 'Cool.'"