Kirsten Dunst Makes Singing Debut On Soundtrack

Actress contributes 'Dream of Me' to 'Get Over It' LP, due March 13 and featuring songs by Basement Jaxx, Fatboy Slim.

While Sisqó makes his big-screen debut in the upcoming teen flick "Get Over It," co-star Kirsten Dunst takes her first turn behind the mic on the movie's soundtrack.

The Hollywood heartthrob sings "Dream of Me" for the album, which is due March 13 and also includes Basement Jaxx's hit "Bingo Bango," Fatboy Slim's "Praise You" B-side "Sho' Nuff" and Elvis Costello and the Attractions' classic "Alison."

"Get With Me," by Southern California female foursome Shorty 101, is the album's first single. Touch and Go's "Would You...?," a single when it was released on 1999's "Forces of Nature" soundtrack, is also featured on the "Get Over It" LP, as are Badly Drawn Boy's "The Shining," American Hi-Fi's "Another Perfect Day,"

Caviar's "Goldmine" and Captain & Tennille's "Love Will Keep Us Together." Sisqó and Vitamin C, who also has a role in the movie, are absent from the soundtrack.

"Get Over It," a comedy about high school mismatches, hits theaters on Friday.