Williams Teams Up With Scissor Sisters

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British singer Robbie Williams is teaming up with Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears for a duet on his next album.

The ANGELS star, who Shears called a "gay man" in a UK magazine interview, will team up with the Laura hitmakers for a track on his next album after he befriended them at this month's Brit Awards (09FEB05).

A source says, "Robbie was so impressed with them that he asked singer Jake Shears what sound he should go for next and now a deal has been struck.

"They plan to get together in New York as soon as possible."

23/02/2005 14:36

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Tags: Robbie Williams - Scissor Sisters - Jake Shears - Laura - Brit Awards

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