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According to reports, UK pop singer Adele is all set to realize a long held ambition and that is teaming up with the former Take That singer Robbie Williams for a duet song.
The singer, who recently grabbed an Oscar award for her James Bond theme Skyfall is reportedly keen on appearing on the William’s next album, which said to be a follow up to his 2001’s Swing When You’re Winning.
Recently, a leading UK based news paper reported that Adele and Williams has hatched the plan previous month when Adele was in Los Angeles for Oscars.
An insider told that tabloid that Williams and Adele have really hit it off. They are good friends and talked at a length regarding doing something together when she was in Los Angeles with him ahead of the Oscars in February. They hit some ideas around but have not yet decided exactly what song they would like to work on. Right now, things are in the early stages.
Even though Adele was earlier reluctant to collaborate with other singers, she has made no secret of her wish to work with Robbie Williams. In the past, she told that she was not into doing collaborations. She love to sing with people live rather than on record. If she could do one with anyone, that would be Robbie Williams.
Speculation has always remained dominant when the twenty four year old singer would follow up her 2011 album named 21 that is the 4th biggest selling album in the United Kingdom.
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Everything is ready for tonight’s Brit Awards that is ready to feature a whole lot of London artists. The event will take place in Greenwich’s O2 arena.
British singer Adele is among the performances up for best track, with her Oscar-nominated song Skyfall for the James Bond film. Others who are included in this category are Jessie J for for her track Domino and James Arthur, the X Factor winner, for Impossible.
Alt-J, Mumford & Sons and Sande lead the nominations as they are challenging for 3 awards each. Best Album is the big award for the night, and the singers who are nominated for this category are Alt-J’s An Awesome Wave, Plan B’s Ill Manors, Babel by Mumford & Sons and Sande’s Our Version Of Events. Paloma Faith is also there for her 2nd album called Fall To Grace.
Faith and Sande will fight each other in the British female category, with Winehouse, Jessie Ware and Natasha Khan. The best male artist shortlist sees singer Richard Hawley go up against singers like Ben Howard, Plan B, Calvin Harris and Olly Murs.
Mumford & Sons will go against Alt-J once again for the best British group, along with with Muse and The xx. Pop band One Direction will complete the this category after a year that has seen them conquer the United States. One Direction will also perform at the award night.
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