She’s been dubbed as the 2014 Adele, but now Ella Eyre wants in on some James Bond action

In 2012, Adele’s voice blew us away in the hit James Bond film, Skyfall, but now, new-girl-on-the-block, Ella Eyre, wants a piece of the action too.

Ella, 20,who has already toured with Rudimental AND collaborated with rapper Wiz Khalifa, revealed that she would love to work with Bond composer David Arnold on a future track.

‘I’d definitely love to do that. Maybe to write with him actually because to work on a cover was one thing but to actually really get involved in the creative process – it would be interesting to see,’ confessed London-born Ella.

Although her theme song for Skyfall scooped awards at the Golden Globes, the BRIT Awards and the Oscars, maybe Adele should watch out!

Loads of famous names have sung on previous Bond soundtracks including Madonna, Tina Turner and Alicia Keys. Singer Rihanna is also rumoured to be in the running as the next Bond Girl in the upcoming movie, Bond 24.

Despite being hailed as the 2014 Adele, Ella had plenty of kind words to say about her BRIT school co-student.

When asked about her recent comparisons to the 21 singer, Ella said: ‘It’s flattering, She’s an incredible woman – not just her voice but her personality too.

‘She sticks to who she is and it’s not all about getting naked and flashing your boobs. It’s very much about the rawness and that’s what I really love about Adele – it’s flattering that I’m being considered in that light as well. I can only hope that people think the same.’

Whilst she admitted to not knowing Adele on a personal level, the star whose real name is Ella McMahon, explained that she was looking forward to checking out the Brit singer’s new album which is rumoured to be released sooner than expected.

‘She’s amazing, she’ll smash it,’ gushed Ella.

Check out Ella’s live performance of her catchy new tune, Comeback


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Lucy Gornall