The gloriously gifted teen has revealed she was lost for words when she met her hero Ed Sheeran at the recent Little Noise Sessions in a church in Hackney.
She reveals: "I was so excited beforehand about meeting Ed and when I finally did I was completely star struck.
"He even thanked me for covering his A-Team song during the recent Live Lounge I did and all I could do was nod in response. He's great."
And lucky Birdy, real name Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, also explained she was the envy of all her school friends because she met boyband heartthrob Harry Styles.
"It was so nice to meet Harry, he was very charming," she recalled.
"My friends were extremely jealous and haven't stopped talking about it!"Stunning vocal ... Birdy leans into the micDave Hogan
Sadly Birdy had to settle for the celeb-free zone of our new Smokehouse Studios for her Biz Session.
But perched at the baby grand piano, the 15-year-old schoolgirl produced a spellbinding performance.
Emotional renditions of Cherry Ghost's tender People Help The People and Bon Iver's Skinny Love left our crew stunned.
She also sang her own composition Without A Word ? the only track on her self-titled album that isn't a cover.
TEENAGER performs a breathtaking version of Cherry Ghost's 2007 track
Birdy's debut collection entered the charts at No.13 last month - higher than experienced chart star Pixie Lott.
But rather than savour her success, Birdy is already pushing on with No.2 inbetween homework and GCSE exams.
MOVING performance of beautiful self-penned track in The Sun studios
She said: "I have already written lots of parts of songs that I'm trying to piece together. I know that because it will be an album of originals I will be doing a lot of experimenting with my ideas, which is really exciting, but also means there isn't a release date set yet."
SCHOOLGIRL produces a stunning cover of Bon Iver track in The Sun studios
When asked who would be her dream collaborator, she said: "I would love to work with Paolo Nutini because he is so soulful and an amazing songwriter."