Danny O'Donoghue is set to work with Ella Henderson on her new music.
The Script frontman has previously penned hits for Britney Spears and David Guetta and is now planning on heading into the studio with the 'Ghost' hitmaker as she begins work on her second album.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he revealed: "We're just recording with other acts at the moment. On the side of The Script we're all songwriters and producers.
"I've got a writing session with Ella Henderson next month as well so I'm really looking forward to that, she's an amazing vocalist."
The 'Hall of Fame' trio - who will release 'Man On A Wire' as their next single from their chart-topping album 'No Sound Without Silence' - are currently touring the UK and have been collaborating with artists as they travel, having brought a studio on the road with them.
And while they have no planned studio time with acts during their two day stint at London's O2 Arena on March 13 and 14, they are hoping some of their famous friends will drop by to write and record with them.
He explained: "One of the beauties of having a studio with us is we can take advantage of different artists. We'll play the O2 and there'll be a lot of famous people coming down to see us so any one of those could come back stage and throw a vocal on something or it could be your next collaboration and we could end up with our next 'Hall of Fame' or something."