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Kylie's Killers duet
Kylie Minogue wants to record a duet with Brandon Flowers.
The Australian pop star is a huge fan of The Killers frontman and thinks the combination of his synthesiser-inspired tunes and her vocals would be a winning combination.
When quizzed on who she would like to work with next, she said: "Oh Brandon Flowers. It's not on the cards but I just think he's amazing. It could work well. I don't think he knows I've even said that. But I'd really love to."
During her career Kylie has collaborated with a wide ranging variety of musicians and singers, including Robbie Williams, the Manic Street Preachers and Nick Cave.
Before she heads into the studio again, Kylie is busy planning her upcoming 'Les Folies Tour' - which starts in Denmark in February in support of her latest album 'Aphrodite' - and she can't wait to hit the road.
The 42-year-old singer told The Sun newspaper: "We're just at the early stages - deciding ideas, budgets and songs. We get deep into rehearsals in the New Year. There will be eights songs from the new album. It's very 'Aphrodite' driven but we'll also throw the hits in there. It's super-exciting. We're already getting restless. For my sins, I really do love performing."Posted on 1 Oct 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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