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Jessie J's currently busy recording her new album, which is due to be released next year. After recently admitting she would like to work with Ed Sheeran and Tinie Tempah, Capital asked our Facebook fans who they would like to see the star team up with - check out the results now.
At number ten, it's Calvin Harris. The DJ and producer officially has the golden touch when it comes to collaborations, having helped send the likes of Cheryl Cole and Rihanna to number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 in recent months. Could the Scottish star be getting a telephone call from Jessie J in the near future as she continues to work on her new album?
He's good friends with Jessie J, so it's no surprise to see Tinie Tempah named as one of the pop stars you would most like to see the 'Domino' star work with on her new album. Jessie said recently she was "hopeful" the pair will be able to collaborate on her second studio record. She added: "If we can make it happen. He's a busy guy and I'm a busy girl. We're good friends."
After taking the music world by storm with his K-pop anthem 'Gangnam Style' Capital fans voted PSY number eight in our poll to find the ultimate collaborators for Jessie J's new album. Could PSY be teaching Jessie some of his infamous dance moves sometime soon? Only time will tell.
In at number seven, it's Lady Gaga! The 'Born This Way' singer has been selective with her collaborations over the years, most famously teaming up with Beyonce for their hit 'Telephone'. But could she be on the hunt for another duet - and could it be the UK's very own Jessie J? Our Facebook fans certainly want to see it happen.
Fans of Jessie J rejoiced this week when the 'Price Tag' star revealed she had written the perfect song for Ed to duet with her on. Speaking about the possibility of working with the 'Lego House' singer, Jessie said: "It looks like it's a possibility. I have a song that I love, that I wrote a little while ago that I think will be an amazing duet. So I'm hoping if he likes it we can record it together." You voted him at number six in our poll to find the ultimate Jessie J collaborators.
In at number five in the poll, it's Rita Ora! As one of the hottest rising stars in the world of pop, Rita would be the perfect collaborator to team up with Jessie. With both being well known for their amazing voices, the result would surely be one of the must-hear tracks of 2013?
Fresh from releasing a duet with London 2012 Olympic Games performer Emeli Sande, you told Capital you want to see Professor Green hit the studio with Jessie J in the coming months. The 'Read All About It' rapper is known for his sharp rhymes and infectious whit, and when teamed up with Jessie it could be quite a duo! You voted him at number four in our poll.
At number three, you named Adele as a possible collaborator for Jessie to team up with. Although the '21' star is currently pregnant, that hasn't stopped her recording the new James Bond theme so don't let that make you think a duet with Jessie will never happen. The pair famously attended the BRIT School together, with the 'Domino' singer revealing recently that they used to jam together at lunchtimes. Now that's a lunch break we wish we'd been on!
Just missing out on the top spot you named Rihanna as one of the pop stars you would love to team up with Jessie J on her as-yet-untitled new album. The Bajan star recently collaborated with Coldplay, so it's probably time RiRi scaled back and hit the studio with a fellow solo pop star. Could it be Jessie J?
And at number one, it's Beyonce! The 'Love On Top' singer has worked with a host of huge pop stars in recent years, including Lady Gaga on 'Telephone', and has recently been working on new music of her own. Could it be time for another duet? You certainly think so - and so does Jessie, who recently admitted she wanted to record a collaboration with Bey. "I met her recently for the first time, and I sometimes can't understand when people meet me and they're shaking and they can't touch me, but I met her and just held her hand and said 'I just want to say thank you for making me feel like I can do this'," Jessie said.