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21 November 2012, 12:24
The artists say they "love "working together and are set to "surprise" fans with a future team-up.
PSY and MC Hammer have revealed that they are already planning a new collaboration together following their recent performance at the American Music Awards 2012.
The pair stole the show at the Nokia Theatre in LA when they performed a duet of the South Korean's hit single 'Gangnam Stye' and Hammer's song '2 Legit 2 Quit' at the close of the event.
Speaking to Billboard shortly after coming off stage, the 'Can't Touch This' star admitted that he was a big fan of the K Pop singer and praised his "hard work".
"Well, we absolutely love working together," he confessed. "He's a very humble man and a hard worker and I love working with him. We are cooking in the kitchen right now. We'll try to make it a surprise for you."
PSY also revealed how their performance at the AMAs came about with Scooter Braun the man who made the initial suggestion.
"When I requested to close the show, me and my manager Scooter Braun talked a lot about… [it needed] to be special, to be big, to be massive, to be you know, something," he explained. "So we had a conversation on the phone. I was in Korea, and all of a sudden Scooter says 'How about MC Hammer?"
The singer said there were ten seconds of silence, adding: "And at the eleventh second we said the same thing at the same time, which was 'WTF'."
PSY also recently revealed to Capital that he has something planned with teen star Justin Bieber – hinting that the Canadian artist could be set to feature on his next single.