Are Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake Collaborating on a Song Together?!
Are all of our ‘90s dreams coming true?!
Not only were they a beautiful couple, they were killing the music game. Let’s be honest, they’re still killing it today.
Though they parted ways years ago, new rumors suggest Brit and JT may be looking to collaborate on a song together.
According to the hosts of podcast Pop University, Maddie Lazer and Hannah Rowston, Timbaland seemed to confirm the collab at a recent taping of the show Boy Band, on which the producer is judging.
When the duo asked the 45-year-old about the possibility of Justin and Britney working together again, Timbo basically revealed the wheels are in motion.
“He turns his head slightly to the side because he knows exactly what he’s saying, he grins and he’s like, ‘Oh, it’s coming!’” they revealed on their podcast.
OK, now before you freak out, other sources are revealing the speculation surrounding a reunion are false.
We know, we know, this is horrible news.
According to Entertainment Tonight, a source close to Jessica Biel’s hubby revealed there is no collaboration happening.
We’re totally crying a river right now.
But, despite there being no song in the works currently, both Brit Brit and the father of one have expressed interest in collaborating in the past.
In fact, just last year the 36-year-old told E! News he would totally be down to reunite with his former girlfriend.
“She [wants to collaborate]? Sure! Absolutely, absolutely.”
Even former bandmate Lance Bass would love to see the two superstars back in the studio together.
"I would love to see that happen, of course. I think everyone in the world wants to see them together again in any capacity,” he also told E! News.
“It's like everyone's childhood dream. I think it would be an incredible collaboration. I would want it to be a dance number, though.”
He continued, “I want them to do both — kinda like that Michael-Janet [Jackson] type thing, would be incredible."
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