Kelly Clarkson just released her fifth album 'Stronger,' and now the pop star is dishing on who she'd consider collaborating with, namely Lady Gaga.

In an interview with MTV, the 29-year-old star contemplates possible partnerships, including the 'Born This Way' singer. "I think she's cool," Clarkson says. "... We're very different, but I think at the core of both of us we love music, so yeah, if it was a cool song, I'd totally do something with her."

The Texas native also reveals that she would "definitely" duet with Carrie Underwood. "She's got a cool voice," Clarkson adds. "I mean, it's a big ol' voice -- so, I don't know what we'd do ... Maybe something pop/country, I guess."

The inaugural 'American Idol' star has teamed up with several stars in the past, including Jeff Beck on 'Up to the Mountain,' Reba McEntire on 'Because of You,' and most recently with Jason Aldean on 'Don't You Wanna Stay.'

The 2010 duet with Aldean went on to become his fifth No. 1 single and Clarkson's first No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. The song also earned Aldean a 2011 CMA Award for Musical Event of the Year.

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