A Tampa Bay radio station breaks the news about the duet project on Twitter and teases that they have listened to the song snippet.
"American Idol" graduate Adam Lambert reportedly has hooked up with "Dirrty" hitmaker Christina Aguilera in the studio to record a joint track. The rumor was first brought to attention by Tampa Bay radio station 93.3 via its Twitter page on Thursday afternoon, June 2.
"Uhhh not sure if this is out yet but a little birdie just told us that @AdamLambert has recorded a song with Christina Aguilera," read the tweet. Later, the radio station posted another message which sent Adam's fans into frenzy, "We sat in a mtng in NYC where his label played us a minute of a new song."
The title of the alleged duet song is not yet revealed. It's also not known whether the track is recorded for Adam's new album or it's made for Christina's next studio installment. Words have been swirling around that the two singers are working on their next album.
Adam previously told MTV about the work he's doing in the studio, "I think I've probably written about 18 to 20 songs. I've been spending the past two and a half months in the studio." The goal is to write "the most personal songs, the most powerful songs," and he has tapped Ryan Tedder, Nikka Costa and Sia Furler for the project. "I really want it to be something that's really honest and real," he gushed.
As for Christina, the "Not Myself Tonight" singer has recruited Sandy Vee, one of the masterminds behind Rihanna's "S&M" and Katy Perry's "Firework". Sandy broke the news himself, writing on Twitter, "On my way to studio, working with Christina Aguilera. Songs folder is hot :)" Also, Christina has reportedly got Linda Perry, DJ Premier and Sia to help her as well.