Sophie Monk reveals that Snoop Dogg was joking her after they recorded music together

Sophie Monk has told of the time she once recorded music with a famous rapper and then never heard back.

Sophie Monk has revealed that she was joked by American rapper Snoop Dogg.

The TV personality who became famous by singing in the girl band Bardotsaid she once recorded songs with Snoop and never heard back.

“They were obviously very bad, because I never heard from him after that,” she said Fitzy & Wippa on Friday.

“He said, ‘You bring me into a very different genre,’ and I thought, ‘Oh, great.'”

Snoop Dogg, real name Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., is said to have a net worth of about $ 150 million ($ 220 million).

His debut album Doggystyle was released in 1993 after he became famous on Dr Dre’s album The Chronic.

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As for Monk, it was the reality talent show in 2000 pop stars which kickstarted her career. Bardot was formed on the show and won.

After the band split in 2002, Monk went on to release a solo album, Calendar girl.

Monk clarified that she did not rap with Snoop, but rather he rapped on a song she sang on.

She said she thought she “would get huge” but never heard back from the famous rapper or heard the number.

“I even think he burned it,” she joked.

Monk also revealed that she once played Snoop’s fiancé in an ad for MTV, but the ad was pulled.

She described him as a “gentleman”.

Monk released a new single last year, Nice to meet you. She said appear on The masked singer in 2021 helped regain her confidence.

She spoke to news.com.au prior to the release and said she was worried she would disappoint people with the new song.

“Because you would expect it to be real pop, nightclub. It’s not at all,” she said. “It’s more of a jazz vibe, which is because I came from classical music and jazz.”

In response to whether they would be one Bardot reunion, Monk said they had all moved on.

“I think we all grew up very differently. It’s a bit like school when you leave high school and you all go your separate ways, ”she said.

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