Nicolas Cage's "song of choice" is TLC's hit 'Waterfalls'.
The 49-year-old actor was a huge fan of the 90s American girl group - which included Tionne Watkins, Lisa 'Lefteye' Lopes and Rozonda Thomas - and the only girl-band album he has ever purchased is their 'CrazySexyCool' featuring the group's most successful single.
He told UK radio station Magic 105.4: "My song of choice is 'Waterfalls' by TLC. It's the only girl-band album I've ever bought!"
'Waterfalls' was released in 1995 and spent seven weeks at the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US before being nominated for the Record of the Year at the at the 1996 Grammy Awards.
Meanwhile, Cage - who is currently starring in Scott Walker's 'The Frozen Ground' alongside John Cusack and Vanessa Hudgens - would "love" to make a movie with Jack Nicholson.
He said: "I'd love to make a movie with Jack Nicholson. I don't know why it hasn't happened yet!
"But I think the two of us together, would [laughs] ... I'm sure it would be something to talk about! I feel very comfortable with him and I think we would do something special together."
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