Jonas Blue to collaborate with Katy Perry?
- Bang Showbiz
- 8 December 2016
Jonas Blue has met his idol Katy Perry and says they have talked about the possibility of getting into the studio together
Jonas Blue is in talks with Katy Perry for a collaboration.
The 'By Your Side' hitmaker met up with the 'Rise' hitmaker a few days ago and the 27-year-old DJ - whose real name is Guy Robin - is positive something will come out of their meeting.
He told Digital Spy: "There's talks of stuff at the moment.
"I met Katy Perry last week at a party and had a good old chat with her, so let's see ..."
Meanwhile, the 'Perfect Strangers' star previously said he'd love to collaborate with all the members of One Direction individually.
He thinks Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson all have great voices in different ways, and he'd jump at the chance to get into the recording studio with them.
He said: "I was actually watching the American Music Awards the other day and I was listening to Niall playing his new single and I could definitely think his voice would be great for a collaboration or something like that but I really love all of their voices in different ways and yeah if I could collaborations with any of them that would be great."
Guy previously missed out on a UK number one single with his track 'Fast Car' after he was beaten to the top spot by former One Direction singer Zayn Malik and his debut solo single 'Pillow Talk', but he insists he wasn't too disappointed.
When asked if he would avoid releasing a single around Zayn's music in the future, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "It doesn't bother me if I'm honest to be up against somebody like Zayn who was in one of the biggest boy bands in the world.
"It's not a bad thing and the streaming was way up there as well so yeah it was a good place to be [but] unfortunately he did get the number one spot." And while he was gutted to lose out on the top spot to the 'Cruel' singer - he said he wouldn't rule out collaboration with him as he thinks "he is great."