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The 'Down With The Trumpets' duo say they will definitely have some "butterflies" before the big show.
Rizzle Kicks have joked that they would love Will Smith to join the band, just hours before playing the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013.
The 'Mama Do The Hump' duo are set to perform live at Wembley Stadium later today (9th June) as part of the huge Capital FM event, and have also admitted they are having "butterflies" about playing to 80,000 screaming fans.
"This is one of the most daunting experiences, because it is a lot of people," Rizzle Kicks' Jordan Stephens told Capital FM presenter Marvin Humes ahead of the show. "The line-up's got so many big names on it, you're always going to have butterflies before.
"I wouldn't say it's easy yet, it's still kind of new to us," he explained.
When asked who they would pick as the third member of the band, the duo named Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air star Will Smith.
"Will Smith, he can just come now, just chill," Jordan declared. "Just be our hype man.
"He's just cool man, though I keep getting called Jaden [Smith] at the moment, because of that Graham Norton performance," he explained, while Harley Alexander-Sule added: "That'd be pretty boss."
Check out a picture of Rizzle Kicks' new album artwork below:
The 'Traveller's Chant' duo announced their new album 'Roaring 20s' last week, as well as unveiling a new song called 'That's Classic' which the boys say "gives the best view of the whole album in one song".
The Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 kicks off later today with performances coming from the likes of Robbie Williams, The Wanted, Jessie J, The Wanted and Taylor Swift.
Watch Capital FM presenter Marvin Humes chatting with the Rizzle Kicks boys below:
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