Britney Spears Has Sanjaya Malakar in Mind

Britney Spears is eyeing American Idol's contestant Sanjaya Malakar to catapult her career back to stardom.


Britney Spears is gearing up her comeback bang with several plans. Among the arrangements in her agenda is the duet with American Idol's most famous contestant in cycle 6, Sanjaya Malakar.

The "Toxic" singer has been watching the show since her stay in rehab and she eventually couldn't restrain her interest in recording a duet with the seventeen years old wonder. There has been a report that Britney's agent made a contact with Sanjaya to see if he would also be interested in the collaboration. No response has been quoted yet so far.

There has also been a theory that this collaboration is weighing on Britney. She is assumed to be using this opportunity to re-claim her victory. "Britney wants to cash in on some of the Sanjaya mania because he is getting so much attention right now she feels that if the two of them record a record together it will help get her back on the chars," a source said.

One thing for sure, Sanjaya expressed his plan to sing with his sister Shyamali in the future. Syahmali also participated in 6th season of American Idol but was not chosen by the judges to enter Top 24 round.

© AceShowbiz.com


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