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Pixie Lott and Rebecca Ferguson to join Lionel Richie at London's O2 

added: 24 Oct 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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For the first time in over two years Lionel Richie will make a return to the London stage on Sunday 28th & Monday 29th October. In celebration it can today be confirmed that two of the most talented British contemporary female vocalists, Pixie Lott and Rebecca Ferguson, will join him on stage at The O2 to perform a track each.

Pixie will join Lionel to sing 'Angel', a song they recorded together for Lionel's latest album 'Tuskegee' and Rebecca will duet on 'Endless Love'. It has also been today confirmed that the critically acclaimed Rebecca will join Lionel in her home town of Liverpool on Saturday November 10th.

Lionel spoke earlier this month about returning to the UK, he said,

'Being back on the road is amazing, the crowds have been fantastic and I am very excited about heading back to the UK'

Due to phenomenal demand extra seats have been released for all shows . For more information on tickets click here. Following London the tour will visit arenas around the country,(full tour dates are below).

Crowds all over Europe have been wowed by Lionel over the last few weeks. The show delivers a mix of material from a 30 plus year career from the memorable early days of the Commodores', to his latest hit album 'Tuskegee'.

Tuskegee Tour 2012 Dates:

Oct 26 - Birmingham LG Arena
Oct 28 - London The O2
Oct 29 - London The O2
Nov 10 - Liverpool Echo Arena
Nov 11 - Manchester Arena
Nov 14 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Nov 16 - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Nov 17 - Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Dec 13 - Aberdeen AECC Arena
Dec 14 - Glasgow SECC
Dec 15 - Nottingham Capital FM Arena

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