The multi-awarded Grammy singer, Sam Smith revealed that he isn’t doing the “James Bond” themesong, clearing all the rumor about it and tipped who would be possibly be the singer of it.
According to a report by Costworld Journal, Smith who has been heavily reported to follow the steps of acts including Adele and Dame Shirley Bassey told the Capital London Breakfast Show hosts Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon that he definitely was not doing the song.
When Smith was asked by Dave to give them an exclusive information, he told the station’s “Capital FM” breakfast show that people seem to think that he’s doing it but absolutely have no idea what’s going on.
“I’m being deadly serious. I think I would know by now,” Smith said
The 23-year-old singer also let slip to his mouth that he heard “Love Me Harder” singer will be doing the honor and not him. Goulding was Ed Sheeran and 1D Niall Horan’s ex-girlfriend and the voice behind “Fifty Shades of Grey” soundtrack.
Smith is not the first big name who had previously been speculated to be the movie’s soundtrack singer but also the fiery-haired singer, Ed Sheeran who previously said his voice was too “wet” to perform the theme for the next 007 film.
Although we would not hear Smith’s voice and his very own version of Bond song, it seems that we should wait maybe another year for it.
‘I’d love to do it… I’d love to do it,’ he insisted.
Meanwhile, the next “James Bond” film, “Spectre” stars Daniel Craig who plays the role of a secret agent who has a licensed to kill and Christoph Waltz who plays as the villainous Franz Oberhauser will be targeting the cinemas this coming November.
The 24th part of one of the hugely successful film series, directed by Sam Mendes comes after the success of “Skyfall” which grossed 1.1 billion US dollars (£700 million) worldwide.
The said film premiered in Sydney last July 5, and will be released throughout the cinemas on July 16.
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