Scissor Sisters rave about Kylie

The Scissor Sisters can't wait to unleash their collaboration with chart superstar Kylie Minogue, because together they made "really good" music.

The pair agreed to team after discovering they were both huge fans of each others music.

And singer Jake Shears says they gelled in the studio: "Being in the studio with Kylie for three days has been really surreal and cool. I was so anxious beforehand, I had jet lag and just wanted to make something good and we've had a fantastic time.

"Actually we're really collaborating and it went really well and I'm happy because I think she had a really good time.

"I think we made some really good stuff. We just got down to business. We were down there (in the studio) for long days so I feel like we got to know each other quite a bit which was pretty fun.

"I identify with her a little bit. There's something about her energy that I saw eye to eye on. (We did) lots of interpretative dances, we danced around a lot."

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