Los Angeles - Miranda Kerr is planning to release an Elvis Presley cover.
The 30-year-old model has teamed up with Jersey Boys' Bobby Fox and recorded their version of the late singer's You're the Boss, which featured in the 1964 movie Viva Las Vegas.
However, the brunette beauty - who also wants to try her hand at acting - insists she's not planning a career change and only set up the collaboration for "a bit of fun".
She took to Twitter on Sunday, writing: "I usually just sing in the shower but @thedancingfox convinced me to record a duet with him, not a career change, just a bit of fun! (sic)".
Miranda - who has three-year-old son Flynn with estranged husband Orlando Bloom - was persuaded to do a duet with Bobby - who is based in Australia - for his debut album.
The 31-year-old singer flew to New Zealand, where Miranda was working on a shoot, and they recorded the song in one night.
A spokesperson for Bobby told the MailOnline: "Miranda was amazing to work with.
"She didn't take herself too seriously - she just got into character and had a ball recording it."You're The Boss
is set to be released on iTunes on 14 March.