Having a lot on her plate including 'going on auditions', 'being a mom' and 'reading scripts', Nicole Richie denies working with Rihanna and Kelly Osbourne for solo studio effort.
Nicole Richie has stepped out blasting off rumor saying that she will get help from Rihanna and Kelly Osbourne for solo debut album. "That's not true. Although I think that Rihanna and Kelly Osbourne are very talented, that's completely false," the 27-year-old songstress told People.
In line with Nicole's statement, her spokesperson also emphasizes that though "Nicole respects Rihanna and thinks she is immensely talented", the Lionel Richie's daughter is not working with the "Umbrella" singer. "She is not currently working on an album and hence, not currently working with Rihanna as has been recently reported," the spokesperson told OK! Magazine.
Yet, Nicole hasn't ruled out her singing career plan completely. "I do eventually [want to record an album], but right now I have a lot on my plate," she stated during boyfriend Joel Madden's K-DCMA launch party on December 13,
"I've really been working hard - going on auditions for acting, doing design for my line, and being a mom - so that pretty much takes up my days," the star, who recently guest-starred on an episode of NBC's "Chuck" as ex-cheerleader named Heather Chandler, explained further. "Right now I'm reading scripts and really trying to take my work seriously."