Music fans might see a collaboration between US popstar Ke$sha and Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards in the future, after the singer said she is desperate for the two to work together.
Ke$ha claims working with the Rolling Stones hero would be a dream come true for her and that she is a huge fan of his music.
"I'm gonna keep trying to work withhim until the day I die probably," said the Die Young singer.
"Keith Richards is like the end-all, be-all for me."
Ke$ha's second album, Warrior, is released on December 3rd, with the first single Die Young set for release on November 26th.
The singer says she wants her second full album to reflect more of her own taste that 2010's Animal did, suggesting fans should expect something other than the electropop that has characterised her previous releases.
Ke$ha's hit Tik-Tok sold more copies than any single from any Beatle's album ever managed to shift.
This weekend the Rolling Stones' album Grrr reached number three in the UK album charts, with Rod Stewert's Christmas album taking second and One Direction's Take Me Home winning the top spot.
Keith Richards on stage with Mick Jagger
The Stones have also been in the news recently over the controversially high prices of tickets for their shows at London's O2 Arena at the end of the month.
Tickets are as much as £950, and one tout has even taken out a newspaper ad offering tickets for the show for a whooping £2,750.
Mick Jagger has defended the cost of the tickets, citing the cost of putting on the shows as the reason for the high prices.
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