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28 May 2012, 09:56
The 'Without You' DJ admits he would love to work with the '21' singer in the future.
David Guetta says it would be an "honour" to collaborate with Adele, and claims the 'Someone Like You' singer inspires the rest of the music industry to want to be better.
"While I have been lucky enough to record with ladies including Rihanna and Jessie J it would be an honour to work with Adele - she's incredible," David wrote in his guest-edit on the Daily Star's website. "Sometimes there's a record like 21 that no matter where you come from everybody loves and respects.
"We're all happy about her success," the French DJ continued. "For everyone making music- and doing it with heart, like I am - when a record of that level of quality gets to that level of success it says something positive to all of us.
He added: "Adele makes everyone want to be better.'
Since releasing her sophomore record '21' in early 2011 Adele has gone on to sell over nine million copies in the US alone, and has remained high in album charts across the world.
David Guetta has previously collaborated with artists including Nicki Minaj, Usher, Rihanna and more recently Jessie J on their joint single 'LaserLight'.