Jedward have revealed their friend Tara Reid - who they star with in new movie 'Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!' - could become a pop star.
Tara Reid could be a pop star because she has such a ''great husky voice'', Jedward have claimed.
The twin brothers - John and Edward Grimes - have been close friends with the 'American Pie' actress since they all appeared together on 'Celebrity Big Brother' in 2011 and they claim she has many hidden talents including having a very distinctive singing voice.
Jedward think Tara's voice is so good she could launch a music career with their help.
John exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''Tara has a really good voice. Tara is really good at singing. She has, like, a really husky voice, she sounds great. She can sing a really good version of 'Bette Davis Eyes'.''
Edward has revealed the trio have already recorded a couple of ''dance'' songs together just for fun.
He explained: ''It would be great to work on a song with Tara. She's been in the studio, like, quite a few times with us. She recorded two funny dance songs that we heard, they were rough but funny, but then they weren't just funny as they were also a bit serious. But, yeah, she can sing songs good.''
Tara previously starred in the video for Jedward's 2011 single 'Wow Oh Wow' and in the promo to their 2014 track 'Ferocious'.
The 39-year-old actress got her friends Jedward a cameo role in her latest movie 'Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!' which sees her battle a cyclone of killer fish once again.
'Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!' premieres on Thursday 23 July at 10pm on Syfy.
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