In what could be one of the craziest duets to ever happen, garage rockers Rage Against the Machine have said they would like to make beautiful music with Susan Boyle at a live gig later this year.
The rockers, who beat Susan Boyle out for the Christmas No 1 last Christmas, want to work with the Scottish songstress to end any perceived bad feeling behind the band and Susan’s mentor, Simon Cowell.
"I really hope there are no hard feelings with Simon. He seemed to think that it was a bullying campaign but the truth is the British people wanted a change,” lead singer Zack De La Rocha told the Sun, referring to an online effort that catapulted Rage Against the Machine to no. 1 spot at the expense of Susan Boyle and pop star Joe McElderry
"We love Susan Boyle, she is hot.
"To show there are no hard feelings we would like her to perform with us on stage this summer.
"She is a great vocalist and we would love to perform ‘Killing In The Name’ with her. Everybody knows her in the US and she can add her vocals to anything. It would be an honor for us."
The rockers play a free gig in London on June 6 in recognition of fans' efforts to get them to the top of the charts, so stay tuned to see is Susan finds her metal side in the sun this summer.
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