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N-Dubz write for Cheryl Cole?
N-Dubz want to "make a beat" for Cheryl Cole.
The 'I Need You' group said they have met the Girls Aloud member - who has recently embarked on a solo career - on a few occasions and would love to work on a song with her.
Tulisa - who is the group's main singer - told OK! Magazine: "Yeah, we'd make a beat for Cheryl. I've met her once or twice. I saw her and I went, 'Aw, I love you', and she was like, 'Aw, I love you too,' and then we had a little hug."
Tulisa also talked about the hip hop group's writing sessions with Take That singer Gary Barlow, and how she felt his laid back approach contrasted nicely with the group's hyperactive main man Dappy.
She said: "Gary wasn't scared at all, he's so chilled out and proper laid back - a total contrast to hyperactive Dappy.
"Everything he does is kind of slow and really chilled and you sit down and you have a chat with him and he'll say, 'you sounded really good there, you have a good voice, you do'. He never gets overly excited, it's really funny. He's such a lovely guy."
N-Dubz next single 'Best Behaviour' will be released on October 3.Posted on 12 Oct 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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