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30 June 2012, 07:46
The composer tells Capital that the 'Price Tag' singer has expressed a desire to join the show.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has confessed that he would love to see Jessie J perform in one of his musicals after revealing she has asked him for a starring role in Cats.
The composer told Capital FM that the 'Domino' singer has expressed a desire to join the show and Andrew is more then welcoming welcoming to the idea.
"Well she says she wants to. She's welcome on any of my stages," he admitted. "She's been talking about saying she wants to do Cats – I have to ask her later what she actually means by this."
The singer was in attendance at the Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards alongside the writer of such musicals as The Phantom Of The Opera and Jesus Chris Superstar yesterday (29th June).
Jessie scooped the prize for Best British Live Act at the ceremony, and was handed her award on stage by fellow The Voice UK star Sir Tom Jones.
You can view a picture of Jessie and Tom together at the bash in London below:
Meanwhile, Jessie is currently working on her new studio album and the follow up to 2011's 'Who You Are'.
You can listen to Andrew Lloyd Webber speaking to Capital FM about Jessie joining Cats The Musical below:
The star is also set to release an autobiography entitled 'Nice To Meet You' in September and hits the road for her debut UK Arena tour in 2013.