Washington, May 22 : British pop duo Pet Shop Boys have dismissed rumours that they want to work with Amy Winehouse to record the theme song for the new James Bond movie 'Quantum of Solace'.
British newspaper The Sun reported that the duo were desperately looking forward to tie up with Bond bosses to record the title track for the latest Bond movie, and that they had the material that would perfectly suit the 'Rehab' singer's voice.
Pet Shop Boy's frontman Neil Tennant reportedly told the publication that they wanted to rope in Amy for the title track.
"Technically she's a great singer and we've got one or two tracks that would really suit her," Contactmusic quoted him, as telling The Sun.
But now, the duo's representatives have slammed all these reports insisting the newspaper "totally made up" the story, and said that the 'West End Girls' hitmakers have no intentions of working with Winehouse.
Rumours of Winehouse recording a theme song for the movie started making rounds when DJ Mark Ronson told reporters he had scrapped his collaborative Bond track with the singer because she was not "ready" to work on music after a recent return to her erratic ways.