Superproducer Mark Ronson has denied he has been caught up in a bitter feud with troubled singer Amy Wineouse.
Recent tabloid reports have suggested the pair fell out over the scrapped recording of a theme tune to new Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
But Ronson is adamant that the reports of a spat are untrue – insisting he just hasn’t been able to catch up with the Back to Black hitmaker as he has been spending so much time in the US.
He said: “I haven’t been in England in a while. I always go and see her when I’m there and I saw her about six weeks ago but I haven’t spoken to her in a little while.”
Ronson also reveals he is still close to pop star Lily Allen, despite having no involvement in her forthcoming new album.
He added: “We didn’t work together on this record but Lily’s a great friend and I think she’s one of the best melodic writers of her generation. I’ve heard a lot of the new record and I think it’s great. She’s somebody that fills a void in pop music. I’m a huge fan of her, whether as a friend or not.”
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