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Sophie Ellis-Bextor heading to Ibiza for video
Sophie Ellis-Bextor will film her next video in Ibiza.
The 31-year-old singer has recorded a trance track, 'Not Giving Up', with DJ Armin Van Buuren and the pair are heading to the clubber's paradise to shoot the promo and will also perform at legendary club Amnesia.
Speaking at the launch of the Jacques pop-up Townhouse earlier in the week, Sophie told BANG Showbiz: "I'm filming the video for 'Not Giving Up' in Ibiza this weekend.
"We've got a really beautiful location. And we'll be on a boat. It's going to be directed by Sophie Muller. And then I'm going to perform with Armin at the Amnesia club, where he has a residency.
"I can't wait. It's going to be so much fun. I like Ibiza, it's really beautiful. San Antonio is not really my cup of tea but the rest of the island is gorgeous."
Discussing upcoming album 'Straight to the Heart', Sophie revealed the LP is now finished ahead of its release in the autumn.
She said: "My album is all done. It will be out in the autumn. Although that's as far as I've got in my head. I'm not very good at planning ahead, it's sort of one thing at a time."Posted on 29 Jul 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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