Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai was so lucky to record a duet with Australian beauty Kylie Minogue. The song will be included in the Asian edition of her upcoming album "X," their record company said Monday.
EMI Taiwan announced the collaboration on its official Web site. Both Minogue and Tsai are EMI artists.
The singers collaborated on "In My Arms," the third song on Minogue's new album "X," due out Nov. 26.
Tsai said in a statement on the EMI Taiwan Web site that she considers Minogue a "goddess" and her concert DVDs required viewing.
Tsai and Minogue apparently recorded separately, with Tsai saying in the statement she imagined recording the song next to the Australian star.
The EMI Taiwan statement said Tsai is scheduled to travel to London on Monday to attend the premiere of "White Diamond," a documentary about Minogue.
"X" is the Australian's first studio album in four years.
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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