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Lady Gaga Joining Queen?

01:01 PM Thursday 10/6/11 |   |

In August Lady Gaga performed with Brian May as her male alter ego Jo Calderone at the MTV Video Music Awards. She may soon be playing with the guitarist under another identity – Queen’s new singer.

That is, if you can believe U.K. tabloid the Daily Express.

May talked to the newspaper on Wednesday at the BMI Awards, which was held at London’s Dorchester Hotel. Queen was honored with an Icon award.

 “We talk about going out on the road all the time but there’s a bit of a singer problem to put it mildly,” May said.

Years after frontman Freddie Mercury’s death in 1991, May and drummer Roger Taylor toured with British singer/songwriter Paul Rodgers between 2005-2008.

“We get a lot of offers to work with other people,” May said. “I worked with Lady Gaga and she’s very creative and is someone we’ve talked about singing, fronting the band with. She’s not just a singer, she writes her own material.”

Lady Gaga’s fourth single from her second studio album, 2011’s Born This Way, features electric guitar by May. The tune, “Yoü and I,” also samples Queen’s hit “We Will Rock You.”

Earlier this year the pop star talked to another U.K. tabloid about how thrilled she was to work with May.

“I fell to the floor crying and laughing when I found out that I’d got him on the song,” she told The Sun. “I called myself GaGa after Queen’s track Radio GaGa.”

May told the Daily Express that Queen has also thought about doing duets with other acts or working on a TV show “where we have all these guest stars.” May added, “Lady Gaga has said she would like to do something with us.”

Click here for the story from the Daily Express.

Click here for the story from The Sun.


Comments

  1. TesttubeLogic wrote:

    02:34 AM, Oct 08, 2011

    They sound pretty good together in this track....

    www.youtube.com/watch

  2. live concert freak wrote:

    05:46 AM, Oct 07, 2011

     Brian the calls of retirement have been begging for years. Please stop trying to replace Freddie!!! He was an Icon that can not be replaced. HE WAS QUEEN!! You are an average guitar player that had a great frontman. Freddies pipes were great enough to cover up your playing and it is time to let him rest. Make a new band if you think you are that good and see what happens!!!!



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