Miranda Kerr New Boyfriend Is Bobby Fox? Victoria’s Secret Angel Remains Single But Collaborates With ‘Jersey Boys’ Star For A Pop Duet
By Staff Writer | February 28, 2014 09:40 AM EST
Since her split from husband Orlando Bloom, several reports about Miranda Kerr's new boyfriend has surfaced. She has been initially linked to Leonardo DiCaprio after being spotted together on a sushi date. Such date turned out to be a group gathering. Another name being tagged as Miranda Kerr's new boyfriend is Australian billionaire James Packer.
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While no official confirmation has been made about the supermodel's relationship status, she was recently seen with 'Jersey Boys' star Bobby Fox. Such meeting has no romantic motives though because the two merely did a rendition of Elvis Presley and Ann Margaret's 'You're the Boss'.
"I usually just sing in the shower but @thedancingfox convinced me to record a duet with him," Kerr tweeted. She likewise clarified that she wouldn't be switching careers despite the duet.
"She has no plans to embark on a singing career, she loves music and just thought this would be fun," claims one insider close to the 30-year-old Victoria's Secret angel.
The 31-year-old Fox reportedly went to New Zealand just to record the song with Kerr. The two only had one night to finish the recording. Despite the rush, Kerr was reportedly very easy to work with.
In 2012, Kerr gave a sample of her singing voice when she starred in a Japanese television ad for Lipton ice tea.
Bobby Fox and Miranda Kerr's 'You're the Boss' will have its iTunes debut on March 14. Will Bloom listen to his former lady love's song?
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