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Kitten: Kylie song meant for us

Atomic Kitten have joked that they could have had a hit with Can't Get You Out Of My Head - if Kylie Minogue hadn't "robbed" them.

The girl group said that they were originally meant to release the record, which the Aussie singer enjoyed success with in 2001.

Kylie reportedly reached number one in 40 countries with the track, which featured the star in a hooded white jumpsuit, selling over five million copies.

Liz McClarnon told Digital Spy: "I'll tell you what was going to be our song - Kylie's I Can't Get You Out of My Head.

"Can you believe it? She robbed our song! She's a little robber!"

Natasha Hamilton added: "I'd have given that all-in-one a good go, though!"

Atomic Kitten, who reunited for ITV2 show The Big Reunion, are touring with All Saints, East 17 and Let Loose later this year.

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