Two of the greatest female pop icons working together on a song? We're on board.
Christina Aguilera revealed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Wednesday, September 12, that she is open to the possibility of recording with Britney Spears.
"Hey, I'm down…if her reps say OK," the 37-year-old said when asked if she join forces with Britney on a song.
The topic was brought up when the "Genie In A Bottle" singer was discussing the power of social media and its ability to let celebrities tell their own stories.
"Back in the day whenever people were comparing me to other artists, I would have loved to squash it before the interview," she said. "You do an interview back then, it was like the media was the storyteller for you. Rather than be like, 'This is what it is, here's a picture of us right now hanging out, in our pajamas eating popcorn or whatever."
Jimmy pressed for specifics and Christina brought up the so-called "rivalry" with Britney that was all over headlines when the two were both young rising stars. The pair started their careers working together on "The Mickey Mouse Club" before breaking into the pop music scene in the 90s.
"When I was coming up, it was very obvious, you know, me and Britney were definitely…there was the Britney/Christina considered rivalry thing," the mother of two said. "If we had social media back then, we would have probably done a song together and just squashed it."
The idea sounded pretty good to Jimmy too so he promptly stated, "It's not too late."
"It's probably not too late for that," Christina replied back.So, what's the hold up? Maybe invite Madonna, too.