Kylie Minogue wants to work with Calvin Harris again
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 September 2019
Kylie Minogue would love to "revisit" her time working with Calvin Harris by teaming up with the superstar DJ again on a new song
Kylie Minogue wants to work with Calvin Harris again.
The Scottish DJ worked on the Australian superstar's tracks 'In My Arms' and 'Heart Beat Rock' on her 2007 LP 'X', when he was just starting out, and she would love to team up with him now he's at the top of his game and admitted she is still a huge fan of his breakout tune 'Acceptable in the 80s'.
Kylie told the Daily Star newspaper's Wired column: "I've not worked with Calvin since he became Calvin Harris.
"I worked with him when he had to stop and have a drink because he was so nervous coming into the studio.
"He was still making records in his bedroom!
"But I would like to revisit that, his work is amazing.
"I did can then and I still love 'Acceptable in the 80s'."
Calvin has since worked with huge names, including Dua Lipa, Rihanna, Ellie Goulding and Frank Ocean, but the 'We Found Love' hitmaker recalled how he downed a shot of whiskey before getting into the studio with Kylie, and ended up being "just as nervous" because he was a little drunk.
He confessed in 2009: "I needed a shot of Jack Daniel's to calm my nerves.
"That wasn't a very good idea.
"It was early in the morning and I ended up a bit drunk, but just as nervous.
"But Kylie was amazing. I didn't realise just how much she contributed musically."
Meanwhile, Calvin isn't the only famous DJ Kylie wants to work with.
The 'I Should Be So Lucky' hitmaker is known for her huge dance anthems, such as 'Can't Get You Out of My Head', 'Spinning Around' and 'Sexercise', and the 51-year-old singer would love to return to that same sound she's synonymous for by working with the 'Uptown Funk' hitmaker.
Kylie – who went down the country route on her last LP 'Golden' – said: "I feel a bit of disco coming on next.
"There's actually a big disco section in this show and we all know about it by the end because it nearly takes us all out.
"It's full-on, full-tilt, so that's where I would go at this point."