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The Capital Weekender with Charlie Powell 1:30am - 5am
27 September 2012, 07:41
The 'Price Tag' singer tells Capital that she would love to have the 'pass Out' star on her second record.
Jessie J has revealed that she still wants to work with Tinie Tempah and is "hopeful" the pair will be able to collaborate on her second studio album.
The 'Who's Laughing Now' singer told Capital FM that the artists are good friends, and if their busy schedules allow it, they will record together.
"I hope so," confessed the female star when questioned if the rapper would be on her next album. "If we can make it happen. He's a busy guy and I'm a busy girl. We're good friends."
Earlier this year, Jessie first revealed her desire to team up with the 'Written In The Stars' rapper and is currently busy working on the follow up to 2011's 'Who You Are'.
The pair were also seen performing together alongside Taio Cruz at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games this summer.
Jessie also performed 'We Will Rock You' alongside legendary rockers Queen at the music spectacular.
You can listen to Jessie speaking to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes about her hopes of working with Tinie Tempah below:
Meanwhile, Jessie recently spoke to Capital about her return to The Voice and admitted her upcoming autobiography says she isn't coming back to the series.
The 'Domino' star said that at the time of writing the book, she had conflicting work schedules and was unable to commit to the show.