• Ben Phillips, Taylor Momsen, Mark Damon and Jamie Perkins of the band The Pretty Reckless attend the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 19, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Ben Phillips, Taylor Momsen, Mark Damon and Jamie Perkins of the band The Pretty Reckless attend the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 19, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo : Getty Images/David Becker)

"Gossip Girl" alum Taylor Momsen was recently asked about the possibility of collaborating with "Rap God" rapper Eminem. The former is one of the performers of Reading and Leeds Festival 2017, which will be headlined by the latter.

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In an interview with Meltdown of the WRIF radio station in Detroit, Michigan, Momsen was asked about her willingness to record a collaboration song with Eminem. She said she would be interested in it if the circumstance and the song were "natural and organic and worked out in an actual artistic way."

The frontwoman of The Pretty Reckless acknowledged that she is a fan of Eminem. She even described the Detroit rapper as a genius in his own right.

Fans of Eminem are still eager to know the release date of his upcoming ninth studio album. His eighth and most recent album "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" was released in 2013.

On the other hand, The Pretty Reckless released its most recent studio album on Oct. 21, 2016. Titled "Who You Selling For," the album is the band's third studio album and was produced by Kato Khandwala, the band's longtime collaborator.

In support of "Who You Selling For," The Pretty Reckless will continue to tour in 2017. Aside from Reading and Leeds Festival 2017, the band will perform in several festival shows including Rocklahoma, Carolina Rebellion and Rock on the Range.

Among the performers joining Eminem and The Pretty Reckless at Reading and Leeds Festival 2017 are Major Lazer, Korn, Flume and Andy C. Also in the lineup are While She Sleeps, Tom Misch, Sundara Karma, Moose Blood, Migos, Mic Righteous, Marmozets, Klose One, Jaguar Skills, Inheaven, Glass Animals, Geovarn, Flatbush Zombies and Everything Everything. They will be in Reading on Aug. 26 and in Leeds on Aug. 27.

This is the third time Eminem is headlining the festival and it is "beyond exciting," NME quoted him Festival Republic CEO Melvin Benn as saying. The leading music festival company in the United Kingdom, Festival Republic owns and runs the Reading, Leeds and Latitude festivals.

Meanwhile, watch the official music video of The Pretty Reckless's "Oh My God" here: