Kate Moss has showcased her vocal talents before, most notably in Primal Scream's cover of "Some Velvet Morning"... and that weird Pete Doherty duet from last spring. But could she soon have a hit single of her own? American Idol czar Simon Cowell got snapped with Kate at the launch of her Christmas collection for TopShop on Tuesday, and Style.com reports they were hanging out all night. We don't think it was because he's a modelizer - although yes, that too - but rather, because he wants to sign the supermodel. "I would like to offer Kate Moss a recording contract, whether she can sing or not," the music mogul was quoted as saying in The Mirror last year. "The thing about Kate is that she's a star - it's the 'Kate factor'. People attach themselves to her and instantly become interesting." Will Kate follow pal Naomi Campbell's footsteps and release her own Baby Woman? Please say yes. -- NATALIE GUEVARA
Kate Moss Set To Record Solo Album
Modeling school founder, jam maker, and now rock star? Now that Kate's wrapped her Topshop line, it seems she's game to try on many hats other than the supermodel one she wears so well. Last we heard, she said she would like to try opening a modeling school. Before that, it was fruit preserves, with her forthcoming Kate’s Damson Jams (still no word on when those jam jars will hit shelves). The latest? Moss is venturing into the music world to record her own album, the Daily Mail is reporting. Of course, it's not a world that's all too foreign for Moss--many of her boyfriends, including her current one, Jamie Hince, have been rockers. And she's dabbled in music before too, singing on stage with ex-boyfriend Pete Doherty at a charity gig in 2009, and guesting on tracks for Primal Scream and The Lemonheads. Most recently, she's Bryan Ferry's "Roxy Girl," the face of his latest album, Olympia, and is rumored to sing a duet with him on his next album.