Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears – once seen as Mickey Mouse Club and '90s pop rivals – may be collaborating together for an upcoming duet.
Devoted fans of the two songstresses are considering a screenshot of a music license that shows both of their names together as a clue for the new song. The image comes from website APRA (Australasian Performing Right Association) and has Aguilera and Spear's names listed under the song "Do You Wanna Come Over?" alongside other artists and composers. If the screenshot is accurate, the two will be pairing up for a new version of the song on Spears' album, Glory. According to Teen Vogue, the "Toxic" singer dropped the full album back in August, but has been making remixes and new versions of her songs since. Spears' most recent collab came with singer Tinashe on song "Slumber Party."
The two singers have had a long history together, starting as youngsters in the industry and being pitted as rivals. But perhaps no memory is quite as fond as their 2003 VMA performance, when the two and Madonna put on a sexy rendition of "Like a Virgin." To this day, no one has forgotten the spit-swapping that went down between the three stars.
Aguilera just shared moments on Instagram from a performance from Russia, where she rocked a soft, cotton candy pink hairdo. Prior to that, the 35-year-old singer abruptly backed out of a Prince tribute concert reportedly due to "voice illness." Aguilera will also serve as an executive producer on the upcoming new game show Tracks on Spike.
No other pieces of evidence have yet to be released pointing to the two singers working together, but we'll be keeping our fingers crossed for a Christmas miracle.