Kate's Chorus for Cowell; MOSS TO SING FOR SIMON'S BIRTHDAY

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Kate's Chorus for Cowell; MOSS TO SING FOR SIMON'S BIRTHDAY


Byline: Clemmie Moodie; Danielle Lawler

JUST who do you get to sing in front of the most powerful man in pop on his 50th birthday?

Madonna? Whitney Houston? Bjork? Nope. Simon Cowell's star-studded 50th birthday party will be capped by a musical turn from none other than Kate Moss.

The supermodel will be murdering - sorry, belting out - karaoke classic Summertime by Ella Fitzgerald when she takes to the floor tomorrow night.

With Leona Lewis, Jennifer Lopez, Il Divo, Alexandra Burke and Westlife all in attendance, the pressure's on Mossy to give the performance of her life.

And just to make matters worse, US diva Mariah Carey - one of Moss's inspirations - is also rumoured to be singing.

We're told: "Kate and Simon are great mates and he thought it would be hilarious to ask Kate to sing.

"All the guests are expecting some real vocal divas to perform - not Kate Moss. Kate agreed straight away. She is a keen singer and is taking her role in proceedings extremely seriously. As well as getting a few tips off rocker boyfriend, Jamie Hince, she's been practising her scales and gargling with lemon and honey. …

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