It’s Miranda Kerr’s year of saying yes, and her latest nod is towards crooner-on-the-make Bobby Fox.
She’s cut a duet with the Irish-born, Australian based musical theatre star, covering Elvis Presley’s 1964 track ‘You’re The Boss’. Yes, that’s right. Miranda Kerr sings.
She alerted her fans to the debut all the way back in February, posting on her Facebook: “I usually just sing in the shower but @thedancingfox convinced me to record a duet with him. Not a career change, just a bit of fun! Out late March, hope you enjoy it! #youretheboss” followed by an emoji of a woman dancing and a musical note.
Before recording the song, Kerr insisted that she’s “not a singer”, and told The Daily Telegraph that she wouldn’t let the track out if she didn’t like it. It may be a bit late, but it’s here.
Here she is, whisper-singing along with Fox on their new track:
Miranda Kerr is far from the first model to try her hand at music; Kate Moss has sung with her former love Pete Doherty, Karen Elson has released several albums, and Carla Bruni’s musical career has lasted longer than both her modelling and stint as a First Lady.
So… not a career change. But perhaps a little toe in the water.
What do you think of Miranda Kerr’s first song?
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