The Sun article says:
Duffy's new 'mockney twang'
DUFFY has one of the most recognisable voices in the music business.
But the Welsh wonder has picked up a "city twang" since moving to London a year ago.
The singer set up home in the British capital mid-way through making her second album Endlessly.
Her rugby star fella MIKE PHILLIPS still lives in Wales and during a recent trip back their pals gave Duffy a royal ribbing.
"I'm sounding more and more English," she said.
"I've picked up a mockney twang. My friends tell me I have a city twang when I go home."
It wasn't evident during her Biz Session, which included single Well, Well, Well, Don't Forsake Me and Endlessly.
Instead Duffy's edgy vocals were backed by a soulful band which incorporated a BEER bottle into the set's percussion.
No doubt a nod to Duffy's fondness for a stiff drink.
The pint-sized singer is now preparing to move on again, both in her career and home.
A recent debut in small-time indie flick Patagonia has opened up her eyes to the movie world.
She's also seeking a move to France as she conjures up ideas of a third album.
Duffy said: "The film was brilliant. I got to become someone else for a little holiday during shooting for a few weeks.
"My character Sissy was the girl I used to be in Wales. A real misfit."
Of selling her London pad, Duffy added: "I get itchy feet. I've only had my place a year but don't like staying in one place for too long.
"One day when life makes a bit more sense, I might live with Mike or he'll live with me.
"We'll go to France. I feel embraced there. They treat me as one of their own."
The star then turned her attentions to future collaborations, adding: "JAY-Z is somebody who would be intriguing to observe.
"I also have a lot of respect for DIZZEE RASCAL. He's very cheeky."
Watch this space.