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3 October 2012, 07:51
The Scottish DJ says he would love to hear the Girls Aloud star sing their song 'Call My Name' on the outing.
Calvin Harris says he would love to go and watch Cheryl Cole's upcoming UK arena tour if he gets the time, and admits it's "gratifying" to see one of his songs performed live on such a big stage.
The 'Parachute' singer is expected to kick off her new countrywide jaunt tomorrow evening (3rd October) in Belfast, and among of set will be recent Vodafone Big Top 40 number one, and Calvin Harris collaboration 'Call My Name'.
Scottish DJ and producer Calvin also said he was intrigued by the idea of having rapper Tinchy Styder supporting Cheryl on dates across her arena tour.
"I heard Tinchy Styder's supporting her which is an interesting choice, so I'd probably go and see that if I've got a day," Calvin revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "It'd be good to see it.
"It's always quite bizarre seeing a pop act with all the big production and all that kind of stuff, performing a song that you did," he explained. "It's always going to be quite good, gratifying."
Check out a picture of Calvin Harris performing live at iTunes Festival 2012 last month below (Credit: PA):
"I hope so. I mean she sent me a message when it got to number one and she seemed very happy," Calvin also said, of whether Cheryl was happy with their team-up. "There was a lot of exclamation marks, so I think everyone was happy!"
Cheryl will begin her brand new arena tour this week across the country, in support of her recently released album 'A Million Lights'.
Calvin Harris is set to release his new studio album '18 Months' on 29st October.
Listen to Calvin Harris talking to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about potentially seeing Cheryl Cole's new UK arena tour below: