Reese Witherspoon’s walked the line before, and now she’ll be doing it with Michael Bublé.
In a recent interview with U.K. telly program Daybreak, Bublé revealed that he and Witherspoon will have a duet on his next album, due out next year. “By all accounts it would be true,” he said of his collaboration.
“I just really am a big fan,” the crooning Canuck continued. “And so [me] and my camp, we wanted to do this with her and we were thrilled that she was excited about it too.”
Witherspoon, of course, snagged an Oscar for playing June Carter Cash in the 2005 country biopic Walk the Line, so she’s no stranger to putting her voice to music. Bublé’s upcoming sixth album doesn’t yet have a release date or title yet, so it’ll be some time before we find out if Reese still has those vocal chops.
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