The Associated Press
Monday, October 15, 2007; 10:17 AM
HONG KONG -- Kylie Minogue has recorded a duet with Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai that will be included in the Asian edition of the Australian pop diva's upcoming album.
The collaboration was announced Monday on EMI Taiwan's Web site. Both Minogue, 39, and Tsai are EMI artists. They recorded "In My Arms," the third song on Minogue's new CD, "X," her first studio album in four years.
Tsai said in a statement that she considers Minogue a "goddess" and her concert DVDs required viewing. They apparently recorded separately, with Tsai saying she imagined recording the song next to the Australian pop star.
In June, Tsai was named best female singer at Taiwan's Golden Melody Awards, one of the Chinese-language music industry's top honors.
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