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Also making appearances on the Scottish DJ's star-studded fourth LP scheduled for November 4 are John Newman, Big Sean, HAIM and Tinashe.
The British singer is performing her single 'Anything Could Happen' when some female fans begin fighting and throwing drinks.
The British singer will sing 'Beating Heart' while the DJ will perform 'Find You' with Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant.
In the clip, which was premiered by MTV on Wednesday, March 12, Goulding is seen sporting some tattoos similar to lead character Tris'.
In addition to the new track by Goulding, the movie's soundtrack album will feature songs from Zedd, Snow Patrol, Kendrick Lamar, Tame Impala, Skrillex and A$AP Rocky among others.
Goulding arrived in a strapless pink ball gown that failed to flaunt her figure while Katy B wore an impressive bright red lycra dress.
The track, which Skrillex says was 'made in a hotel room 2 years ago,' was included in Goulding's recent mix for Annie Mac's 'Free Music Monday' series.
After the show, the country singer debuts her shorter hair in an Instagram picture that shows her posing with the British singer.
The British singer records 'Beating Heart' and contributes songs from her 'Halcyon' album for the movie, while the electronic music producer contributes a song titled 'Find You'.
In the holiday-themed visuals, the British singer dances and enjoys a night out with her friends.
In the 90-second preview, the British singer can be heard singing over the crashing synths and twinkling piano.
Contrary to the rumor, the 'Lights' songstress says there is nothing romantic going on between her and the 'Lego House' hitmaker.
The country star brings out the 'American Idol' judge to perform 'Jenny on the Block' a day after taking the stage with the British singer to sing 'Anything Could Happen'.
The 'Explosions' singer gets a bunch of extras who help her light up the runway in her new music video.
The Brian Helgeland-directed film breaks a new record as the biggest opening for a baseball movie, while 'Scary Movie 5' follows in the second place with the smallest debut for the franchise.