Barry Manilow Would Like To Duet With Lady Gaga, Thinks She's 'Great'
Listen up, fanilows and little monsters!
He may be coming up on his 70th birthday, but Barry Manilow says he’d love to collaborate with 26-year-old Lady Gaga.
“What I love about her is that she’s so mature for a young girl,” the singer – who will kick off a one-month run at New York City’s historic St. James Theatre on Thursday – told Access Hollywood in an exclusive interview. “Her advice to people, you know, is just beautiful. She must be raised by a great family.
And of course, in addition to Gaga’s message of love and acceptance, there’s her immense musical talent.
“She’s a real singer, she’s a real musician, it all comes through,” Barry raved. “I think she’s great.”
Though Barry is about to hit the big 7 – 0, the legendary singer shows no signs of slowing down.
“I’m still hungry,” he told Access. “At 70 you think, you know, I should retire or I should go on a cruise or whatever people do, but I just can’t even imagine stopping.”
-- Erin O’Sullivan
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