Nick Jonas wants to duet with Jessie Ware.
The 'Jealous' hitmaker met the singer at the BRIT Awards earlier this year and discussed the possibility of working together, and he is really keen to set something in motion.
Asked if there are any British artists he'd like to collaborate with, he said: "Yeah, Jessie Ware actually. I met her at the BRITs and was already a huge fan of her record and we really hit it off and talked about collaborating on something so I'd love to do that."
Nick is also keen to work with 'Purple Rain' hitmaker Prince, but also wants to record with other "modern" artists too.
He said: Prince would be [someone I'd like to work with]. I got to perform with Stevie Wonder at the Grammys with my brothers so that was cool but I think some modern collaborations would be cool.
"The Weeknd is one I'd love to do and work with him, I feel like we have a lot of similarities in the style of our music but also as people we're pretty similar so it'd be great to work with him.
But the 22-year-old star admitted he is open to collaborating with anyone because it's impossible to predict what will happen in the studio.
He added: "I'm always down to collaborate with anybody and see what happens. I think that I'm the kind of person that dives into any situation ready to go and see what can come of it."