New Zealand-born singer Lorde is not interested in collaborating with David Guetta. In a recent interview with Australia's FasterLouder, the singer whose real name is Ella Yelich-O'Connor made it clear that she had no intention to work with the "gross" French DJ, who has created many hits with artists like Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Kelly Rowland and Rihanna.
According to the site, Lorde's manager Scott Maclachlan told the 16-year-old singer that Guetta had expressed desire to feature her in his next studio album. "No," the Kiwi singer/songwriter replied. "F**k no. He's so gross."
This is not the first time Lorde disses other musicians. Last month, she slammed Selena Gomez's hit single "Come and Get It" for its anti-feminist theme. Gomez later responded to Lorde's criticism, saying, "In my opinion it's not feminism if you're tearing down another artist."
Lorde also took jabs at Britney Spears and the late singer Amy Winehouse. "Six months ago, no-one knew who I was and now fans chase my car," she said in an interview. "But I'm never going to change or let fame get the better of me. I'll never go off the rails like Britney or do an Amy - because my upbringing was so normal."
Lorde shot to fame after releasing her hit single, "Royals". The lead cut off her debut album, "Pure Heroine", is currently in its sixth week on Billboard 100's No. 1. As for Guetta, the "One Love" creator has sold over six million albums under his own name, as well as working as a producer for over ten years.