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Britney Spears planning all-female, all-star track
Britney Spears wants to record a track with Kylie Minogue, Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Adele.
The 'Hold It Against Me' singer responded to Kylie's recent comment she would love to duet with her by saying she wants to record a track with an all-star female cast.
Britney told UK Radio Station Capital FM's Rich Clarke: "I feel like the genre of women today musically is just astounding.
"How we've come together and we can do that and show that our voices have come together. I feel like we actually need to come together and do a song that speaks for itself and actually shows how much power we do have."
However, the 29-year-old hitmaker is also open to making a track with just Kylie as a duo.
She said: "I think that would be brilliant. That would be so much fun. I'd do a pop record. She's great. I love her."
Last week 'All the Lovers' singer Kylie said she wanted to collaborate with Britney and admitted she can't stop listening to a particular new track from her 'Femme Fatale' album.
She said: "I think she's great. I've met her before and we've worked with some of the same people who help put our tours together. I'm sure it would be a great thing.
"There's a song from the deluxe edition, 'He About To Lose Me', that's in my head before I go to sleep."Posted on 1 Apr 2011 10:00 to category : Music News
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