All quiet on the Kim K front

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IOL Kimsing REUTERS Kim Kardashian at the EMAs in Frankfurt

Kim Kardashian has no interest in recording a duet with Kanye West.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star – who attended the MTV Europe Music Awards in Frankfurt, Germany with her rapper beau wearing a plunging black dress by French designer Stephane Rolland – said not even he could convince her to go back into the recording studio after her debut single 'Turn It Up' failed to set the charts on fire early last year.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, the 32-year-old beauty said: "No, I'd never (make another single), that was just for fun, and for charity."

Asked whether the 'Mercy' rapper might get her to collaborate with him on a hip-hop track in the future, Kim said: "No, as good as I think he is, it's just not my thing."

Kim - who has been dating Kanye since April - previously revealed he was the one who encouraged her to record her first song.

She said: "OK, I'm not a singer, this isn't what I do. I have too much other stuff going on. (I thought) 'Is this really something safe for me to do?' Kanye was actually one of the people who really talked me into doing it and telling me, like, 'Hey, look, what do you guys do for fun? You guys go shopping, you go to the movies. Kind of step into our world for a second and have fun, and we go to the studio.' I'm just doing it for fun."

She also denied any rumours that she had ambitions to record an album, saying: "There's no album in the works or anything -- just one song we did for the show, and a video Hype Williams directed. Half of the proceeds we're giving away to a cancer foundation, because The-Dream's and one of my parents passed away from cancer. It's just all having fun -- with a good cause."

Kanye, 35, failed to pick up any awards at tonight's awards show despite being nominated for Best Hip-Hop, Best Live, and the Best Male Artist.

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