According to the UK’s Sunday Mirror and NME, Pete Doherty and the lovely first lady of France Carla Bruni, (just seen in Woody Allen’s film Midnight in Paris), are becoming such close friends that naturally, they are planning to work on writing music together.

Carla Bruni, a B- to B+ pop chanteuse of her own accord, who sings in French and has released three well-received albums including the 2008 Comme Si De Rien N’Etait (As If Nothing has Happened), will have time to become even more acquainted with her new decadent troubadour friend, since Pete Doherty has a French tour planned for the fall, including dates in Paris, Toulouse, Monaco and Lyon, along with UK and Ireland shows. He’ll also be headlinging the Festival Republic Stage at Reading and Leeds this month.

  1. “Pete slowly put down a smoldering crack pipe as Carla entered the basement room off of an entailment of derelict art galleries and practice spaces carved out of the French catacombs, the spirit of rebellion infused with the space and madcap artists who called it home.”
    “Que vous le dealer?” – the youthful libertine asked.
    “I am your partner,” Carla replied, her bosom suddenly flushed and her breathing faster, “in music,” she added, falling into his full brown eyes.