Britney wants Katy Perry duet for new album
Britney Spears has revealed that she has started working on a new studio album and would love to work with Katy Perry and Iggy Azalea.
Britney Spears wants to collaborate with Katy Perry.
The 'Toxic' hitmaker has started working on her currently untitled ninth studio album - a follow up to 2013's 'Britney Jean' which spawned the singles 'Alien' and 'Work B***h' - and is hoping to get the 'Roar' singer to duet with her on the record along with Aussie popstar Iggy Azalea.
When asked if she was working on a new album, she told Extra TV: "Very slowly, but progressively, yeah. It's in the works, yes, definitely."
She added: "I would love [to work with] Katy Perry, I would love to do something with her. And Iggy."
The blonde beauty - who recently launched her new range of lingerie and sleepwear named 'Intimate Britney Spears' - also revealed that fans should expect a change of direction with the new record, steering away from her trademark pop sound.
Britney, 32, explained: "I want to do something very artsy fartsy, something I've never done before.
"Even if it's just take a left lane and go for a little bit of rock or rock-pop. Just do something that's kind of out there and different."