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23 August 2012, 07:21
The 'Live It Up' star denies she has teamed up already with the rapper but is hopeful of a future collaboration.
Tulisa Contostvalos has told Capitalfm.com that she would love to collaborate with rapper Tinie Tempah.
The N-Dubz star was responding to rumours that she had already discussed a possible duet with the 'Pass Out' star and revealed she would be very much up for a duet.
"I haven't seen or spoken to Tinie in a long while I gotta be honest, coz he's so out and about and he's in the States a lot and all around the world at the minute so we haven't bumped heads for a while to be able to talk about it," she admitted during an exclusive webchat with Capital.
"I love Tinie I always feel we came from the same channel aka the Urban music scene so it will always be part of that urban family when it comes to Tinie and I'd always love to do a track with him, whenever he's ready," she added.
The X Factor judge is preparing to release her debut solo album 'The Female Boss' on 26th November and her new single 'Live It Up' is available to download on 9th September.
You can watch Tulisa speaking to Capitalfm.com about working with Tinie Tempah below:
Tinie is also preparing for his comeback and will release his second album 'Demonstration' later this year.
Meanwhile, Tulisa is also preparing to release her autobiography and told Capital that she will probably upset a few people with the level of honesty in the book.
She has also come out defending Cher Lloyd over her recent V Festival 2012 bottling attack which took place this past weekend.
The 'Young' singer admitted she thought the incident was "adult bullying" and has faced similar attacks in the past herself.