Katy B wants to perform alongside a hologram of Elvis Presley because she was a huge fan of the 'Hound Dog' hitmaker when she was younger.
Katy B wants to perform alongside a hologram of Elvis Presley.
The 'On a Mission' singer has collaborated with artists such as Jessie Ware and Miss Dynamite but the flame-haired songwriter would love to team up with the late music legend in hologram form for a new song because she was a huge fan of the 'Hound Dog' hitmaker during her younger years.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I would love to duet with a hologram of Elvis Presley, I used to be obsessed with Elvis when I was like seven or eight, it was really weird. I had all his videos and stuff.
''I didn't collect memorabilia or anything I just used to watch 'Fun in Acapulco' about 10 times a day.''
Katy recently performed an intimate gig in one of the London Eye's pods, and while the 24-year-old singer is from the capital city, it was her first time on the famous landmark.
She added: ''I've never been on the London Eye before because I'm from London. Londoners don't go on the London Eye, it's for tourists.''
Katy - whose real name is Kathleen Brien - will be embarking on a tour of the UK in March next year and she's can't wait for her fans to hear what she's been working on.
She explained: ''I can't wait for people to hear some new stuff, because I've been working on it for quite a while so it will be lovely for it to be out there in the atmosphere.''
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