It's not part of the plan...yet.
"If it happens, it happens, but it's not written in like that," says Mike "Heat" Williams, owner and CEO of Fireworks Productions and senior veep of Senser's label, Bungalo Records.
"There is no bed scene," he added, "but there is some light interaction like hugging and that sort of thing."
How much is Johnston getting paid for the 12-hour shoot?
We hear about $9,000 plus travel expenses. Williams declined to confirm the amount, but said, "We did pay him a standard rate."
Johnston first began talking with the label in March. The deal was signed on Friday night at Asia de Cuba in Los Angeles.
"Some people will laugh it, some people will love it and some people with hate it," Williams said. "We wanted to make sure we had somebody that wasn't just going to be an arm trophy, but somebody that gave us more bang for our buck."
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