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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Madonna: I want Daft Punk on track

Madonna wants to work with Daft Punk

Madonna has revealed that she could collaborate with Daft Punk in the future.

The pop superstar dropped the news as she took part in an Ask Madonna Almost Anything session on Reddit, saying she had already got in touch with the French duo - Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo.

"I would love to work with Daft Punk," she wrote, adding: "Just waiting for them to return my call."

The 55-year-old, who previously worked with their collaborator Nile Rodgers when he produced her 1985 album Like A Virgin, also said she may start work shortly on her 13th album, hinting that it could be released in 2014. Her 12th album MDNA was out in 2012

"There might be... my creative juices are flowing..." she teased.

Madonna denied rumours that her son Rocco, whose father is her ex-husband Guy Ritchie, is planning to release an album.

She said: "He wishes! Just need to get him thru the 8th grade right now. Get him to do his math homework!"

The mother-of-four also revealed that she had a dream about taking Angelina Jolie's place with fiance Brad Pitt.

"Brad Pitt and I were living together and there was a small blonde child in the bed. Sorry Angelina, it was only a dream. The fact that I had a dream about Brad Pitt... made me laugh," she added.

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