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Fergie, Jennifer Hudson On Board 'Sex and the City' Soundtrack

April 12, 2008 (4:43 am) GMT
Sex and the City's director has spilled that Fergie agreed to do a song for the movie and so did the cast Jennifer Hudson.
Fergie, Jennifer Hudson On Board 'Sex and the City' Soundtrack

The soundtrack of "" the movie is revamped with the appearances of two award-winning singers. The flick's director Michael Patrick King revealed to Entertainment Weekly that aka Fergie and are chipping in their voices in the soundtrack album. The latter is known to be one of the cast in the movie, playing the main character's assistant.

Fergie is tackling a number titled "Labels & Love" which will be made the opening credit. King said that Fergie agreed to contribute in the soundtrack after she was shown the movie. "It's an entirely new song with lyrics, but it has the 'Sex and the City' theme as the DNA - on steroids," King elaborated on the sound of the song.

Meanwhile, Hudson who plays a "young, sweet girl" in the movie, sings "All Dressed Up in Love" which is penned by 's and MC Jack Splash. It will be played during the film's end credit. "She sings it like nobody's business," King gushed.

"Sex and the City" is developed from its successful TV series, starring all the original four main cast; , , , and . It will be released on May 30 by New Line Cinema. The soundtrack meanwhile, will be released on May 27 via New Line Records and can be pre-ordered on Amazon.com.

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