Sir Michael Caine reveals he’s a big fan of “wonderful” Christine And The Queens

The pair met on ‘The Graham Norton Show’ on Friday night

Sir Michael Caine has revealed that he is a big fan of Christine And The Queens – and has the pop star’s songs on his iPad. Check out the clip below.

The French artist –  whose real name is Héloïse Letissier – released her second album last month. In a five-star review, NME described ‘Chris’ as “a deft and bogglingly-intelligent record, which somehow sounds blissfully effortless too”.

In support of the LP, the singer appeared on The Graham Norton Show on Friday evening (October 19). After performing her track ‘5 Dollars’, Letissier joined the other guests on the sofa – where she found an unlikely fan in the form of Sir Michael Caine.

The 85-year-old acting legend praised the singer for her “wonderful tunes”, before enthusiastically saying: “You’re on my iPad!”

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After revealing that he plays Letissier’s music “every time I get miserable”, Caine referenced her recent appearance on Later… With Jools Holland.

Earlier today, the singer reflected on the surreal moment. “Michael Caine told me he had some of my songs on his iPad,” she tweeted, “and now I can’t help but constantly picture Michael Caine using an iPad. Have a good Sunday.”

Viewers were quick to praise Caine for his taste in music, too. “Learning that Sir Michael Caine likes Christine And The Queens AND watches her tv performances made my day so much better,” one fan tweeted.

Christine And The Queens will embark on a UK tour next month, with the stint including two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo. Find any remaining tickets here and see the full schedule below.

Christine And The Queens will play:

November 2018
17 – Bournemouth – BIC
20 – London – Eventim Apollo
21 – London – Eventim Apollo
23 – Glasgow – Royal Concert Hall
24 – Edinburgh – Usher Hall
26 – Birmingham – O2 Academy
27 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
28 – Manchester – O2 Apollo
30 – Dublin – RDS

Last month, NME said Christine And The Queens’ “damn near perfect” Paris show was “one of this year’s most slick and masterful pop performances”.

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