Alicia Keys Says She Wants to Work With Miranda Lambert

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So there's Tim McGraw and Ne-Yo, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera, and we just heard about Brad Paisley and LL Cool J.

The latest pop-country collaboration? Alicia Keys tells Entertainment Tonight she wants to work with Miranda Lambert.

"I'd like to [collaborate with] Miranda Lambert," Alicia said.

"I think we might put something together. We were this close in the dressing room [at the Grammys]," Alicia said, "and I just told her how much I love her and Blake and how incredible she is and how beautiful her voice is, so we'll see."

On Twitter, Miranda told her fans that she traded numbers with Alicia at the Grammys.

"Tonight I talked to beyonce:), exchanged numbers with @aliciakeys and got stuck to one of my favorite singers ever @kelly_clarkson. Happy!" she tweeted.

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