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Cliff Richard: I want to work with Lady Gaga and Rihanna
The cheesy crooner, famous for keeping the crowds entertained during a very wet Wimbledon, is keen to explore new music avenues with Lady Gaga and Rihanna in a bid to appeal to a younger demographic.
According to the Press Association, the 71-year-old singer said that the duets with the two singers would depend on their willingness to jam with him
"Somebody asked me if I'd like to sing with Rihanna and I thought, 'Who wouldn't?' She looks fantastic, she's got a great voice, but in the case of duets, if it's feasible, it's always a matter of what the song is," Richard said.
"If we both like the song, that's the best way to do a duet. I couldn't just say, 'Yes, I'll come' and then sing some dance thing I don't like."
The star has been interested in working on collaborative albums lately, which include the 2006 album called Two's Company and 2011's album called Soulicious.
Posted by SRPosted on 28 Dec 2011 15:48 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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