Sporty Spice Melanie Chisholm has recorded a duet with Canadian pop-rocker Bryan Adams for a new Adams album due out in late October.
Chisholm’s participation was confirmed by a spokesperson at Adams’ management agency in Vancouver. The song is called “When You’re Gone.” Producer Bob Rock was scheduled to finish mixing the CD at Adams’ Vancouver studio this past weekend.
The two reportedly first met at an airport. Later, when Adams was looking for a vocalist to record a track on his forthcoming album, “On A Day Like Today,” he gave her a call. This is Mel C’s second Canadian-related duet. In late July she flew to Montreal for the opening of a Planet Hollywood restaurant and sang “Down In Hollywood” with movie star cafe owner Bruce Willis.
Meanwhile Scary Spice Mel G, the former Mel B, is seeing her duet with Missy Elliott for the soundtrack to “Why Do Fools Fall In Love” topping the charts.
Even Emma has gotten the duet bug. She performed a song with Rod Stewart
on the British TV show “An Audience With…” which aired on the ITV network this past summer.