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Saturday 23 August 2014

Lana Del Rey for Clooney's wedding?

George Clooney is marrying his British fiancee

Lana Del Rey could sing at yet another top showbiz wedding.

According to the Daily Star, George Clooney's fiancee Amal Alamuddin, 36, is a huge fan of the Video Games singer.

The newspaper reported that George, 53, wants to secure Lana, who performed at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's nuptials in May.

A source was quoted as saying: "Amal is a massive fan of Lana's, which has made George determined to make this happen.

"He contacted Lana's people to see if she'll perform at their wedding in Italy.

"Of course, unlike Kimye, George doesn't know her personally so he can expect to pay a hefty fee."

It is thought that George plans to marry the human rights lawyer in September.

He has been considering Mexico and his villa on the Italian lake.

Last month the actor won new privacy laws, meaning that fans or paparazzi face a hefty £400 fine for approaching or swimming up to his villa on Lake Como.

Young And Beautiful singer Lana recently dismissed rumours that she was paid 2.8 million dollars to sing at Kim and Kanye's pre-wedding party at the Palace of Versailles, saying: "I would never let a friend pay me to sing at a wedding."

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