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10 September 2012, 11:36
The 'Turn Around' singer says he would love to record with the 'Love On Top' star one day in the future.
Conor Maynard has named Beyonce as his dream female duet partner and says it would be "crazy" to mesh their two styles of singing into one song.
The 'Can't Say No' singer admits it would be "very cool" to work with the 'Love On Top' star one day in the future, but joked that he would have to "really go in" to make sure he was up to Beyonce's level of talent.
"I think, if I had the chance, to record a song with Beyonce that would be pretty crazy," Conor revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "But I would have to really go in, to make sure I don't look like an awful singer compared to her, because she's probably one of the best singers in the world.
But I think definitely I could get it to that level," Conor promised. "For me she is definitely an incredible singer, but it would be two very different styles meeting in one song, so it would be very cool to work with her."
The 'Vegas' Girl singer's brand new single 'Turn Around' features US R&B star Ne-Yo, with the two releasing the song's music video this week, and Conor has also recorded with both Rita Ora and Pharrell Williams for his debut album 'Contrast'.
View a picture of UK singer-songwriter Conor Maynard below:
Conor Maynard launches his new UK tour kicks off on 24th October in Brighton and runs across 11 dates, wrapping with a show in Birmingham on 8th November.
Watch Conor Maynard talking to Capital FM about his dream female duet partner below: