Joss Stone: Wants to duet with Mick Jagger for London 2012 Olympics ceremony
Singer Joss Stone has revealed that she would love to duet with Mick Jagger at next year's London 2012 Olympics ceremony.
The English singer and the Rolling Stones frontman recently collaborated as part of supergroup SuperHeavy and released a debut album back in September.
While talking about the project, Stone told the Daily Star: "It's an exciting project but it is so hard to get everybody together in one place."
"The Olympics would be great, the perfect idea, I'll ask him", said the star on the prospect of duetting with Jagger during one of the London 2012 ceremonies.
The performer was recently at the centre of a murder plot. A 34-year-old man has denied plotting to kill the singer.
In the meantime, Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has revealed that the band are hoping to rehearse together later this month, but insisted that Jagger is unlikely to join them.