Ronson Backs "Vulnerable" Britney
She's left rehab, now Britney can get back to doing what she does best...
The producer who's covered Brit's hit 'Toxic' on his new album, told MTV.co.uk, "I definitely think she can come back. I think shes slightly more interesting than all the other (female popstars) because theres something quite troubled and vulnerable about her now.
"Youre like, Oh yeah, she's a bit loopy and as messed up as the rest of us. So if she comes back with a great song I think she will be even more popular."
He added, "I think if shed gone around for another 3 months not wearing underwear it mightve been a different story but shes managed to stay on the other side of Lindsay Lohan whos just become a joke."
But Ronson, who worked on Amy Winehouse and Lily Allen's last albums, isn't about to do a 'Timbaland' and offer to work with Brit on her new stuff.
"Some people have reached out from her label," he revealed. "But Im not sure. She might be one of those people that I can appreciate their music from afar. Toxic is an amazing song but I'd never have produced a song like that, its just not my style. Its much more modern and slick. Im not sure if wed be a good match."
Watch this space...
Ronson's album 'Versions' hits the shelves on April 16.