I am pretty certain this won't work as you will have to configure the static RP on the router you want to be the RP and it won't be able to as it 'physically' doesn't have the IP address. The best way to provide resilience for an RP is either use Auto-RP (really easy to set up) or use Anycast-RP. Anycast is where you use multiple RP's with the same /32 loopback address and then configure MSDP peering between them.
I have configured both for customers and I prefer Auto-RP as it is much easier when you have quite a few routers to configure, although you can combine Auto-RP and Anycast for quite a neat solution.
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