Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli, 64, showcased his singing voice on the show last year and later bagged himself a record deal. The veteran judge has now revealed he has had discussions with record bosses about an album.
I have spoken with a few people. We are discussing it.
Spilling all, he said: “I have spoken with a few people. We are discussing it.
“And I don’t want to do an album that’s all covers. I want to do some new material.
“I have an idea of the sound we’re going to go for – I want to bring back anthemic disco songs.”
“I want my songs to be uplifting and ones that everybody can dance for.”
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Giving an example about what he has in mind, he added: “Something like Donna Summer’s Last Dance but with a contemporary twist.”
The Strictly veteran went on to say he is in “no rush” to record an album, adding to the Mirror: “It has to be done right.”
“Something like this takes time,” he divulged. “There is no point doing something unless it’s right.”
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