London, Aug 27 : Carla Bruni is all set to make her British TV singing debut on the popular music show 'Later with Jools Holland', however, her live act could be overshadowed by Sir Paul McCartney's new venture.
McCartney is set to headline the September's show with the first performance of 'The Fireman'- his new collaboration with producer Youth - a song being described as 'Arcade Fire meets Led Zeppelin'.
Bruni, meanwhile, will sing pieces from her latest album, Comme se de Rien n'etati.
"It sounds like Arcade Fire meets Led Zeppelin," Telegraph quoted a source, as saying.
The show will also include Kings of Leon and Metallica.
French first lady's album was released in July and caused raised-eyebrows for its explicit references to the French President.
In one of the songs, Ta Tienne (Yours), she sings "You are my lord, you're my darling, you're my orgy... my charming Prince I am yours... I who always sought fire, am burning for you like a pagan woman."
And in another song she muses about her prolific love life. "I am still a child, despite my 40 years, despite my 30 lovers."