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Beyonce Knowles Said to Record a Duet With Adele

April 29, 2009, 6:06 am GMT

Beyonce Knowles and Adele are believed to make a collaboration together and will work on it once Beyonce is in Europe for 'I Am...' world tour.

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Beyonce Knowles is rumored to enter recording booth with Adele and make a duet with the British singer. They reportedly will work on the collaborative project during Beyonce's stay in Europe for her on-going "I Am..." world tour, which is conducted to support her third set "I Am...Sasha Fierce".

"Beyonce loves Adele's voice and her music, and Adele is really excited," a source says as quoted by The Sun. "She grew up listening to Destiny's Child and they are still her favorite group. It's her dream to record with Beyonce."

In the meantime, Beyonce Knowles is on the road, hitting several big countries in Europe. She will next be seen performing in Hungary, French, Germany, Spain and many other countries. After completing the European leg on June 9 in London, England, she will fly back to America for a number of live gigs. Details of her forthcoming shows can be found on her official website.

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