Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue are reportedly teaming up for their first duet in 16 years.
The pair first collaborated on ‘Kids’ in 2000 and now they’re reportedly reuniting for a track on Williams’ new album – Kids 2.0, anyone?
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Earlier this month, the former Take That member signed a new deal with Sony – the same label as the Australian pop princess - and announced his 11th studio album.
Now a music insider at The Sun has revealed: “Robbie is looking to recreate pop magic.
“His deal with Sony showed he has big intentions for his comeback and getting someone as famous as Kylie on the album only confirms that.
“It’s a great move for Kylie too as she is keen to revive her music career after a few difficult years for her professionally.”
They added: “Robbie and Kylie are great friends and as Kids was such a big success back in the day, he thought it was about time they teamed up again.”
‘Kids’ became a smash hit in the United Kingdom, reaching number two and selling over 200,000 copies before being certified silver.
The memorable track also broke into the top ten in several other countries including New Zealand, Mexico and Argentina.
Last year, Robbie even suggested that he already had the perfect song in mind for the prospective duet.
“I’ve got this great tune that’s incredibly camp and I would love for her [Kylie] to sing on it with me,” he told The Daily Telegraph.
In other words, watch this space!