Leona Lewis insists she won't follow Miley Cyrus and start twerking as she doesn't think her music lends itself to the rump-shaking dance craze.
The 28-year-old singer says her musical style, consisting of big, soaring ballads, doesn't suit the latest dance craze and she won't be seen shaking her rump any time soon.
Leona said: ''I feel like my songs don't really suit twerking so it might look weird if I just started suddenly.''
The 'Bleeding Love' hitmaker - who is due to release her festive album 'Christmas, with Love' next week - shot to fame as a contestant on the UK version of 'The X Factor', on which she was mentored by Simon Cowell, 54, and she says she still enjoys a close friendship with the music mogul, who is also her record label boss.
She explained: ''He's definitely in my phonebook, I worked closely with him on this record and work closely with him on all of my records.''
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