Pink and Lily Allen's collaboration 'True Love' surfaces online - listen

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Lily Allen's collaboration with Pink has surfaced online - scroll down and click below to hear it.

The song - 'True Love' will feature on Pink's new album 'The Truth About Love' and is Allen's first track since she recently announced her intention to return to her pop career having "retired" in 2009 to concentrate on parenthood, her record label and her fashion boutique. The ballad sees Pink and Allen duetting with each taking a verse before they sing together on the chorus.

The pair previously performed the track at a Los Angeles concert last month. It is the second song to surface this week from Pink's album after her Eminem collaboration 'Here Comes The Weekend' leaked yesterday (September 12).

Fun frontman Nate Ruess will also feature on the album, singing on a track called 'Just Give Me A Reason'. The new LP is the sixth of Pink's career so far and will be released in the UK on September 17 and in the US on September 18. Her last album 'Funhouse' topped the UK album charts back in 2008.

The singer headlines London's Roundhouse tonight (September 13) as part of the iTunes Festival.


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