It's no secret that Kate Moss likes to embark on the odd karaoke session with her showbiz pals, but we've never really taken her too seriously when it comes to a musical career... until now.
According to reports, the model has joined The Performing Rights Society, an official association protecting rights for songwriters, composers and publishers.
A spokesman for the community confirmed Kate had joined, adding: 'Kate has co-written some songs with Pete Doherty and will now be able to collect her share of the royalties.'
Perhaps most interestingly, the 35-year-old's move has led to speculation she is planning to launch her career with boyfriend Jamie Hince.
The Kills guitarist is also a member of the society, and is said to be finally mellowing to the idea of working with Kate, who requested to sing with him and the band's frontwoman Alison Mosshart on tour last year.
While then, the answer was a resounding no, we wonder if her ability to charm even the likes of business Simon Cowell and Philip Green has finally brought him round...