Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez

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UPDATE: Taylor Swift told E! News a couple of days after the first reports surfaced that she and Jennifer Lopez are not in talks to collaborate in the studio together.


Get ready to shake your booty while singing along to a song about your ex.

At least, that's the image we get when thinking about a track featuring both Jennifer Lopez and Taylor Swift.

E! News confirms that the two singing divas are set to collaborate on a new track to be featured on J.Lo's next album due out early next year (Us Weekly first broke the story).

There are no details about the type of song these two are planning to create together (are we going to cry and practice our falsetto while singing along, or twerk and yell into the hairbrush?), but we'd bet it's going to be a hit.

The pair reportedly finalized the plan after Lopez came out as T.Swift's last guest performer on her final Red Tour show in Los Angeles on Aug. 25 to sing "Jenny From the Block" together.

"Sang Jenny From the Block with @JLo tonight at Staples Center. STILL FANGIRLING OUT ABOUT IT," Swift tweeted after the show. Casper Smart's lady replied, "@taylorswift13 had so much fun with you tonight!!! #RedTourLA #jennyfromtheblock #hairbrushsongs."

Taylor recently shared behind-the-scenes footage from her concert at Staples Center and, during a huddle, Lopez said, "Thank you so much for allowing our family to come and be a part of your family.

"To create a beautiful moment, thank you, Taylor, for being so gracious and beautiful and loving me enough to have me be here tonight. I feel very blessed to be able to share the stage with you, and I just hope that everybody has the best show that they could ever have."

Are you excited to hear what Taylor and J.Lo come up with? Sound off in the comments!

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