LOS ANGELES - Rebecca Black, the young teen whose music video "Friday" has been viewed 33 million times has agreed to go on tour with two black groups, The Black Eyed Peas and The Black Crowes.
The native of Anaheim Hills, California agreed to be the opening act for the Fergie-led BEP's after receiving a call from the band's manager.
Fergie even said that she would like to record a duet with Becca, as she is called by her dentist, Sunday school teacher, and BEP member will.i.am.
The young songstress was asked who inspires her the most. She giggled and said that it would have to be her Granny Stelpa Jellycracker, who only has one tooth but who can eat an apple in two minutes flat.
Becca also said that Granny Stelpa still raises her own food, such as corn, carrots, potatoes, okra, macaroni, and ducks.
When Becky Black was asked if she has a boyfriend she made a face and said that she does not because all of the boys she knows would much rather kiss a frog than kiss a girl.
Becca says that her political idol is Condoleezza Rice because she hardly ever said anything and it seems like all that she ever really did was to make coffee at the cabinet meetings for the likes of President Georgy Bush and Vice-President Dicky Cheney.
Young Black says that when she grows up she hopes to be tall enough to be able to play on the girls basketball team at Anaheim Heights' Mickey Rooney High School.
So for now Rebecca Black will be preparing for her upcoming tour. She mentioned that she will also be working on some follow up songs to her big hit "Friday." So far she has written three songs "Saturday," "Sunday," and "Wednesday."