Kylie Minogue has insisted Jay-Z won't be guest-rapping on her new music despite signing up to the star's management company Roc Nation.
Kylie, who has been recording her new album, said fans shouldn't expect her to change her style or music genre.
"They've got a diverse group of artists, producers and writers, it's very different, very exciting, a lot of change to get used to," she said of Roc Nation.
"But I don't think I'm going to arrive in a jacked-up car or anything with my baseball cap on!"
Asked about the prospect of Jay-Z rapping on one of her songs, she said: "I should think not. Well, certainly I won't be, there could very well be someone else doing that, but not me!"
Kylie said she doesn't have an answer to how she's managed 25 years of fame.
"I honestly don't know. I do know that it's a lot of hard work and it's persistence and it's how you cope with the failures as well. But I also think that it's just my path. It's out of my control, it's the path the universe has written for me and therefore I try and do my best within that."