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Nicki Minaj recruiting celebrities for new video
Nicki Minaj wants every celebrity she mentions in 'Girls Fall Like Dominoes' to appear in the song's music video.
The 26-year-old rapper mentions stars including actresses Angelina Jolie and Mariah Carey, socialites the Kardashians, singers Ciara, Rihanna and Madonna and designer Donatella Versace on the record, and has invited them all to cameo in its video.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "There's every chance the big names will oblige. Everyone loves Nicki. It's already causing a stir in various camps."
Nicki recently announced her plans on twitter, writing: "Two question: How many divas did I name in 'Girls Fall Like Dominoes' and who should make a cameo in the video?"
The wildly styled star has also claimed her videos and attitude are influenced by 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun' singer Cyndi Lauper.
She explained: "When I saw Cyndi Lauper's videos as a kid I wanted to jump into the TV and run down the street with her and shout, 'Girls just wanna have fun'.
"In my head I've always wanted to be that crazy person. She's one of the people who inspired me."
Nicki's debut album 'Pink Friday' is out now.Posted on 30 Mar 2011 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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