Miley Cyrus, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas

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Fresh off of completing a track for the upcoming Johnny Cash Remixed album, Snoop Dogg is clearly open to touching on all different genres of music. Heck, he's even open to working with Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus!

When Mr. Dogg arrived at last night's Our World Live event at Avalon nightclub in Hollywood, we just had to ask him if he'd ever consider teaming up with our fave Disney sensations.

Snoop's response? "Hell yeah!" he said. "We'll make some gangsta pop music."

Until that ever happens, Snoop's got other things to focus on, like the Man in Black...

After performing some of his classic hits, including "Gin & Juice," "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" and "Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)," Snoop busted out with "My Medicine," his rap-infused country tune inspired by Johnny Cash (and which featured Willie Nelson in the video).

"Country musicians are just like us," the E! reality star said before introducing the song. "They smoke weed, get drunk, talk s--t, go to jail. But they just wear the little hats."

Surprise performer Eminem was a no-show because, we're told, he was tied up in the studio. Luckily, fellow rap pals DJ Quik and Kurupt were there to fill in for him.

—Additional reporting by Dahvi Shira

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