Pop diva Britney Spears and Aussie singer Iggy Azalea are planning to release a duet that is reportedly going to be Spears' first single on her new album next year.
Azalea, 24, made the big announcement during an interview over the weekend on Boston radio station "Kiss 108," according to the Daily Mail. The "Fancy" singer has collaborated with Rita Ora, Charli XCX and Jennifer Lopez. It was Spears, 33, who approached Azalea about doing a record together, The Daily Mail reports.
Azalea explained Spears "said she would like to work with me in an interview and they [Spears' team] reached out," reports the Daily Mail.
In an interview with MTV on Monday, director Tim Burton said that the long-awaited sequel to his 1988 cult comedy "Beetlejuice" is finally going to happen. The big question is whether Michael Keaton, who's hot again thanks to starring in the critically acclaimed film "Birdman," will reprise the title role.
"Let's put it this way -- there's only one Beetlejuice for sure," Burton said. "I haven't really yet spoken to him, because he's out on his awards campaign, so I can't get to him now."
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