'X Factor' winner Matt Terry is reportedly hoping to bag a duet with 'New Rules' hitmaker Dua Lipa.
Matt Terry is reportedly in talks for a collaboration with Dua Lipa.
The 24-year-old singer has been busy writing his debut album ever since he won 'The X Factor' last year, and after teaming up with Enrique Iglesias on Latin remix 'Turn Up The Radio', he's said to have approached the 'New Rules' hitmaker for a duet.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Matt has been hanging out with Dua a lot recently.
''They have been having a great time.
''Matt's album is nearly finished but he is still looking for one final song to complete it. He thinks Dua would be a perfect fit.''
Matt - who won the hearts of the nation with his cover of Sam Smith ballad 'Writing's On The Wall' on the UK talent show - is said to have worked with producer Carlos Paucar, who has worked with his mentor Nicole Scherzinger and Enrique in the past.
The dark-haired hunk previously said he has penned some ''heartbreaking'' love ballads for the record.
He told BANG Showbiz: ''I've been writing non-stop for the past two to three weeks, so it's a lot of cool stuff. Normally all my personal experiences I'm writing about - you might find a couple of heartbreaking and romance songs on there.
''I'm super excited, they're an incredible label we've started writing the album and hopefully will have a single released around summer.''