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Brave babes not terror-struck

entertainment Updated: Dec 25, 2008 17:56 IST
Rahul Sabharwal
Rahul Sabharwal
Hindustan Times
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Beautiful celebrities do not fear to tread where terror struck so recently. Even as Delhi and Islamabad make warlike noises, come January, and India will very likely welcome singers Britney Spears, Rihanna and Kylie Minogue. Actress Carmen Electra is to arrive in February for a Kambakkht Ishq shoot.10.1.0.23edtsharehtsiteImagesBritney-Spears.jpg

Rihanna, the Grammy-winning singer of the mega-hit Umbrella, is reportedly going to perform in Mumbai on Republic Day for Aadesh Shrivastava’s anti-terror album. Aadesh tells us that the paperwork is on, though he does not have a 100 per cent confirmation yet.

Kylie Minogue, the Australian sex kitten popstar famous for her ‘pert bot’, will reportedly come to Mumbai next month to record a song with AR Rahman for Blue, which stars Akshay Kumar, Sanjay Dutt and Lara Dutta. Rahman said in an interview, “Yeah, [I’ll be working with Kylie] for Blue. They [the producers] wanted a celebrity. There was Beyonce and a couple of others, but we thought Kylie would be the correct choice.” Kylie will reportedly get Rs 5 crore.

Carmen Electra will shoot for a song sequence with Kareena Kapoor and Akshay Kumar. Britney Spears, who recently made a huge comeback, will come for a two-day choreography rehearsal in Jodhpur. The dance will be featured in her new music video.