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Nelly Furtado announces US and Canadian shows

She hopes to line up a few special guests

Nelly Furtado has announced details of a North American tour.

The singer, whose ’Get Loose’ jaunt will begin next month in Indianapolis, is hoping that some of the collaborators on her album ’Loose’ will be making live guest appearances.

She hopes Coldplay’s Chris Martin, who co–wrote current single ’All Good Things (Come To An End)’, will make an appearance.

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Furtado said Martin: “Should get an invitation” to join her onstage for a duet of the song.

The singer also revealed she has recorded several tracks with Justin Timberlake that remain unreleased. She hopes he will join her onstage too.

Furtado said: “We were thinking of touring together, but it didn’t make sense for both of us, so we went our separate ways. But I’ll probably come up to some of the Justin shows, so hopefully he’ll return the favour and come to some of mine.”

She said she also hoped collaborator Timbaland would put in an appearance.

“He toured a little bit with me on my ’Whoa Nelly’ tour,” the singer told MTV News. “So I’m sure he’ll come back and do his thing. We love performing together, so that should be fun.”

She will play:

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Indianapolis Pepsi Coliseun (December 2)

Anaheim Honda Center (7)

Sacramento ARCO Arena (9)

Tacoma Dome (10)

Camden Tweeter Center at the Waterfront (13)

New York Madison Square Garden (15)

Sunrise BankAtlantic Center (16)

Victoria Save on Foods Memorial Centre (March 21)

Vancouver General Motors Place (22)

Kleowna Prospera Place(23)

Grande Prairie Crystal Centre (25)

Edmonton Shaw Conference Centre (26)

Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome (27)

Toronto Air Canada Centre (April 4)

Montreal Bell Centre (5)

Ottawa Scotibank Place (6)

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