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Lady GaGa Refuses to Have Collaboration After Her Duet With Beyonce

March 9, 2011 (4:48 am) GMT
'I want to stand on my own two feet. I've already collaborated with my favorite female in the business,' GaGa said, adding no future collaborator could come close to Beyonce.

has no plans to record any new duets for her upcoming album ""- because nothing will top her collaboration with . The two superstars teamed up on GaGa's hit "Telephone" last year, and the song shot to the top of the charts around the globe thanks to its controversial Thelma and Louise themed video.

And the "Poker Face" hitmaker is adamant no future collaborator could come close to Beyonce, and she wants to shine as a solo star on her highly-anticipated second studio album, set for release in May. She tells Britain's Kiss FM, "I want to stand on my own two feet. I've already collaborated with my favorite female in the business. We'll see how I'm feeling when I'm wrapping up the album."

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