Gabriella Cilmi hopes Leona Lewis will be interested in going out with her for an Australian themed night when she supports her UK tour.
The 'Woman On A Mission' star - who is set to join the British singer as a support act on her UK tour - admitted she hoped Leona would be up for a fun night out because she wanted to show her how Australians like to party.
She told BANG Showbiz: "I could take her out on an Aussie night out and have a good party. I just like going out and having a good boogey. it would be fun! As long as you've got company, we'd have a great night."
The 19-year-old star criticised those who called Leona boring and claimed she was probably just as much fun as the rest of us.
She said: "I say leave her alone. just because she's not a skank and is well behaved! I met her last year when we played a gig in Austria on top of the mountains. Leona came up and we took lots of pictures."
The Australian beauty also revealed that she was looking forward to preparing for the show because it would give her the opportunity to funk up some of her tracks.
She said: "It's going to be really fun because I've never played to that many, or that kind of audience before. I'm going into rehearsals next week and we're trying to arrange the tracks for playing them to stadiums which is quite scary but really cool as you have to funk up the tracks."
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