Cooper Keen To Team Up With Mighty Boosh

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Rocker Alice Cooper wants to work with British comedy duo THE MIGHTY BOOSH - and they already have a stage project in mind.
The pair - Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt - recently expressed their desire to bring in Cooper to work on a musical with them.
Fielding said, "I absolutely love Alice Cooper. I wonder if he has ever considered writing an acid rock gothic musical. If we did one, would he co-star?"
And Cooper was delighted to hear of the offer, returning the compliment by saying, "I love those guys! I'm in England a lot, so I'm very aware of The Mighty Boosh. I'd love to work with them."


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