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Nicole Scherzinger and Jay Sean Working on a Duet

January 26, 2010 (6:17 am) GMT
The Pussycat Dolls' lead vocalist and the U.K. singer have visited The Hit Factory studios in Miami reportedly to work on a duet project.
Nicole Scherzinger and Jay Sean Working on a Duet

Earlier this week, and broadcast on Ustream live from Miami. Without explaining what they are working on in the state, the two promise something big is set to happen. Rumor has it, they are crafting a joint track for Nicole's forthcoming solo studio album "".

In addition to giving a tease on the duet, ' lead singer and the U.K. singer take fans for a tour in The Hit Factory studios where big stars like recorded their hit singles. One of the recording booths they show to fans is Studio F where Jay made his smash hit "Down" and Nicole once collaborated with , and Danja.

Nicole Scherzinger has been working on her solo album since 2006. She has released several singles, including "Whatever U Like", "Baby Love", "Puakenikeni" and "Supervillain". Meanwhile, several other songs considered for the project have turned up in PCD's sophomore set "".

The album now has been shelved for indefinite time. Most recently, Nicole decided to break up with in order to focus on finishing the forthcoming release. After the album is released, she is expected to return with the revamped Pussycat Dolls.

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