Barbra Streisand is supposedly eager to sing with Lady Gaga after the pop star released her new album with jazz legend, Tony Bennett.
Barbra Streisand reportedly wants to record a duet with Lady Gaga.
The 28-year-old Applause star recently released a new album with legendary 88-year-old jazz singer Tony Bennett called Cheek to Cheek.
And according to Page Six, Barbra and her musical peer Elton John are both eager to create a similar record with Gaga in the future.
Apparently Barbra, Elton and several other artists have contacted Gaga to see if she’s available to sing some duets with them.
Barbra, 72, is currently promoting her 34th album, Partners. The LP sees her duet exclusively with male artists including Blake Shelton, Lionel Richie, John Mayer and Babyface.
Meanwhile Gaga has discussed how amazing it was to work with Tony on Cheek to Cheek.
The star confesses she lost passion for her occupation before collaborating with the Rags to Riches singer, but somehow Tony brought her zest for music back to life.
“Yes, I feel happier. I was starting to think there was no elegance left in this industry, no charm. I thought there was no gravity, no authenticity. And then I worked with Tony,” she smiled to The Wall Street Journal.
“When I walked into the studio, everyone stood up for me and he was always dressed so beautifully and told me I looked lovely. I’ve never been treated that way. It was Tony’s kindness that made all that jaded, aggravated and cynical part of me that had grown over the years dissipate. Now there’s just beautiful.”
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Tuesday, 23. September 2014