Leona Lewis wants her own residency in Las Vegas and plans to turn to Motown for inspiration for her latest album.
Leona Lewis wants her own residency in Las Vegas.
The 'One More Sleep' singer aims to follow in the footsteps of pop star Britney Spears, who started her two year stint at Planet Hollywood last month.
Leona told Britain's Metro newspaper: ''You get paid so much money to just go and do your show every single night. It would be amazing! I would love that.
''I want to go and see Britney. I am wondering how great that will be, though, as she is only performing two nights per month which I don't really understand. Two shows a month? Probably $10million per show!?
''I'm sure it will be incredible but I am intrigued to see how that would work.''
After the success of her 'Christmas With Love' album, the 28-year-old star is taking inspiration from Motown for her next record and says she no longer cares what people think about her or her success.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: ''I couldn't give two craps what people think.
''I know what I do comes from the heart, so whatever other people say is irrelevant.
''People are always going to have an opinion of you. I just concentrate on the love I get from the fans.''
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