The Playlist: Power Pop Team Ups

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This month sees Jessie J, Ariana Grade and Nicki Minaj unite for a coming together of current pop megastars. The team-up of big names isn’t a new thing at all – there have been many over the years. But we’ve rounded up the ones that score on camp credentials or star power (and sometimes both).

GCN Presents Power Pop Team Ups! by Conor Behan on Grooveshark

10. RuPaul and Elton John – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart

Two queens camping it up, with bells on.

9. Shakira and Rihanna – Can’t Remember To Forget You

2014’s campy faux-lesbian pop team-up, hard to beat.

8. Lady Gaga and Beyoncé – Telephone

Two mega-stars coming together for drag queen worthy wigs and a big, big chorus.

7. Britney and Madonna – Me Against The Music

It could have been so much more but still maintains a certain charm.\

6. Brandy and Monica – The Boy Is Mine

Don’t lie, you’ve definitely recreated this with a pal after a few drinks.

5. Barbara Streisand and Celine Dion – Tell Him

These two were made to make cheesy but amazing ballads together.

4. Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams – Kids

Honourable mention for the time Kylie sang this with her sis, Dannii.

3. Beyoncé and Jay Z- Crazy in Love

Before they were drunk in love, they got a bit crazy first.

2. Barbara Streisand and Donna Summer – No More Tears (Enough is Enough)

Two all-time camp icons over a disco beat? Priceless.

1. Pink, Christina Aguilera, Mya and Lil’ Kim – Lady Marmalade

The sexed-up cover that screamed star power (in 2001 at least).

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