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Kylie Minogue wants Britney duet
Kylie Minogue wants to duet with Britney Spears.
The 'All The Lovers' hitmaker admires pop star Britney and thinks a collaboration between them would have "great" results.
Speaking of the star, Kylie 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."
The 42-year-old singer - who began the UK leg of her 'Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour' in Cardiff last week - also said she can't stop listening to one of Britney's new tracks from her 'Femme Fatale' album.
She added to the Metro newspaper: "There's a song from the deluxe edition, 'He About To Lose Me', that's in my head before I go to sleep.
"I play it off my computer when I'm in my dressing room and I just wanted to say I am excited about it."
Kylie also said she may branch out from her usual pop sound on her next project.
She said: "I am thinking about it a lot. I don't know if I will rush into doing another pop album.
"I've done acoustic performances of my songs, different interpretations of other songs and there was such a great response to that, I might do something along those lines. I'd love to branch out and do some different type of performing."
Kylie's 'Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour' continues across the UK until April 12.Posted on 28 Mar 2011 10:00 to category : Music News
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