Jessie J has revealed she's eyeing up collaborations with Beyoncé and Rihanna.
The Domino singer, who also hopes to work with Katy Perry in the near future, has now stated she already has a wish list of duets for her sophomore album, the follow-up to her hugely successful debut Who You Are.
Speaking to The Daily Star at Radio One's Hackney Weekend, Jessie admitted: "It took me seven years to get people interested in the first album, so the pressure weighs heavy on my shoulders with the anticipation of the second.
“I want to get Ed Sheeran and Tinie Tempah on there, but I’d also love to work with Rihanna and Beyoncé. It has to happen organically, depending on who’s around.”
The Price Tag star went on to add that she also wants her fellow coaches on BBC1 talent show The Voice to play a part on her next LP, stating: "They are like my big bros and me and Tom Jones will definitely do another duet.
“I’ve also talked about it with Danny O’Donoghue and Will.I.Am, but we’re all in different countries. If we get the time, it will happen.”
Despite reports suggesting that the 24-year old has already signed-up to take her seat on The Voice next year, Jessie has now insisted she's still not sure whether she will be back.
The Essex girl explained: "The negative stuff doesn’t matter when compared to all the incredible things that came out of it, and it was nice for people to get to know my personality.
“It’s great to be respected at that level so early on in my career, but I’ve not made my mind up yet whether I’d wanna do it again.”