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Kelly Clarkson Wants Pink, Lady Gaga And Jessie J To Record New "U2 Meets Bowie" Song
The 'Mr. Know It All' star reaches out to the female artists on Twitter to form supergroup.
Kelly Clarkson has revealed that she wants to form a supergroup with Lady Gaga, Pink and Jessie J so they can record a new song which the former American Idol champion has described as U2 meets David Bowie.
The 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' star took to her Twitter account this morning (15th September) to reach out to the female artists to get on board with her proposed project.
She tweeted: "Okay so I have a killer song that I want @Pink @Ladygaga and @JessieJ to sing with me!! Any takers ladies?! It sounds like Bowie meets U2!"
Pink has already had experience with female supergroups when she joined forces with Christina Aguilera, Mya and Lil Kim in 2001 for the Moulin Rouge soundtrack.
Jessie J also told Capital that she is a fan of Kelly and wanted to get on stage with her at the Summertime Ball 2012 back in June.
You can view a picture of Pink on stage at the iTunes Festival this week below:
Meanwhile, Kelly is preparing to head back out on the road for her 'Stronger' world tour which will head to Australia later this month.
She will bring the outing over to Europe and the UK next month – finishing the jaunt on 20th October in London.
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The 'My Life Would Suck Without You' singer wowed with her rendition of the hit single this past weekend.
The American Idol gave one of her 'Stronger' performances to date at the Summertime Ball 2012 at Wembley Stadium. See the highlights of Kelly Clarkson performing live.
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