Madonna And Adele To Collaborate, Plus Six More Musical Pairings We’d Die To Hear

Madonna and Adele are rumored to be teaming up together. The Daily Mail reports that the iconic songstresses recently met to discuss writing and producing tracks for each other’s new albums. Talk about a gay explosion. We’re not sure we believe the rumors, but it’s definitely fun to think about a collaboration between the two iconic performers.

Scroll down to see six more musical collaborations by gay icons that we would love to see happen.

Cher and Katy Perry

Cher and Katy Perry are both pop powerhouses who can pull of wearing sequins and who aren’t afraid to get a little campy (or trampy). The world would only benefit from dance anthem featuring them together.

Britney Jean and Janet Jackson

It’s been a while since we’ve heard a peep from Janet Jackson. (Seriously, where did she go?) It’s high time the R&B/pop veteran made a comeback. And what better person to team up with than the reigning Queen of Las Vegas, Britney Jean Spears?

Cyndi Lauper and Miley Cyrus

Cyndi Lauper is the original girl who just wants to have fun. Now, Miley Cyrus and her tongue seem to be following in her footsteps. A collaboration between these two wouldn’t just be fun, it would no doubt be a chart topper.

Beyonce and Tina Turner

They shared the stage at the 2008 Grammy Awards when they performed Proud Mary together, but we would love an original single featuring these two divas. Actually, rather than an original single, how about a whole album? Better yet, a double disc.

Bette Midler and Robyn

This is an, admittedly, odd pairing. But we would be curious to hear what Bette Midler and Robyn came up with in the studio together. Bette has some serious lung power, and Robyn is a true musician who can write and sing just about any genre. Together they would be a musical force to be reckoned with.

Grace Jones and Lady Gaga

People love comparing Lady Gaga to Madonna, but we’ve always gotten more of a Grace Jones vibe from the Applause singer. Both women know how to take underground sounds and make them mainstream. And, let’s be honest, both are a little weird and oddly threatening. Which is why we love them, right?