DANCE duo Mini Viva would love to team up with pals The Saturdays to record a song for charity, they revealed to The Razz.
The Left My Heart In Tokyo pair are still adjusting to fame, but already have a few people on their musical wish list.
Top of the pile is recording a blockbuster collaboration, like the Sugababes and Girls Aloud did with their No.1 Walk This Way three years ago for Comic Relief.
Britt Love, who grew up in Scotland, and her bandmate Frankee Connolly told us: “The Saturdays are cool girls and we went on The Work tour with them last summer. They have come a long way.
“We’d love to collaborate with them for a Comic Relief-type duet, and we have our eye on N-Dubz too.”
The duo were formed by Xenomania, the pop producers who have written for Cher, Kylie and Gabriella Cilmi.
They are currently on tour with dance group Diversity and release new single One Touch on May 10.
On Tuesday night, the girls larked about on the dancefloor at Glasgow’s Milan nightclub with the Britain’s Got Talent winners.
They’re now planning a club tour in the States and are looking forward to their as-yet unnamed album coming out later in the year.
Public, meet Mini Viva.
Mini Viva, meet Public.
They started on SATurday at Sheffield and will continue to the end of the tour on the 7th of July.
The group consists of Britt Love (AKA Mimi) and Frankee Connolly (AKA Viva). They hail from the Northwest (currently in Manchester) and have just shot their new music vid in Los Angeles with Ray Kay (“Poker Face”, “Beware of the Dog”).
Look out for their upcoming single “I Left My Heart in Tokyo”, released by Geffen UK.