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Alexandra Burke 'concentrating' on Europe
Alexandra Burke wants to conquer Europe before the US.
The 'Bad Boys' singer revealed that she thinks of Europe as "just as important" as America and wants to be a success on home soil before heading across the Atlantic.
She said: "My US label, Epic, are having big conversations with Syco and working out when I'm going to go over there etc.
"But at the moment we're concentrating on the European campaign because I think that's just as important as America.
"I just found out today that 'Bad Boys' is number ten on Dutch iTunes and number eleven in Norway, so it feels like it's going in the right direction."
Discussing her upcoming European tour, she told Digital Spy: "I'm going to live in a bus for two weeks, man! The tour bus I have has my album cover all over it and apparently it's got two lounges and loads of little bunk beds, so my sister's going to come out for a week and keep me company."
Alexandra, 21, recently revealed that she is close friends with Beyonce.
She said: "We just talk about how everything is going. She asks me what I am up to, and how my career's going. It's just normal, weirdly normal."Posted on 19 Jan 2010 07:30 to category : Music News
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