Lindsay Lohan and Lady Gaga collaborating in the studio?
Don't bet on it, but producer Rodney Jerkins, who's going to be out of work if he keeps coming up with ideas like this, says he'd like the two to work together.
"I can pair them up," says Jerkins, who recently collaborated on Gaga's "Telephone" with Beyoncé. "I would love it. I would love to see what could happen."
While it sounds like convincing the Lost writers to collaborate with the total hacks who bring you Heroes, Jerkins thinks this would be a can't miss project.
He also thinks Lohan can be the next big thing in music. We were thinking that she can be the next big thing in 5150 holds at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
A Lindsay Lohan and Lady Gaga collaboration? We don't see it. Talk about diluting the brand! Gaga's, that is. [Pics: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com; Splash News Online]
"If she stays focused, she has what it takes," Jerkins said, seemingly seriously. "I've talked to her, and I said, 'You've got what it takes. I believe in you.'"
"I've seen people question actresses who have wanted to become pop stars, and they don't have it. I believe she has it, something deep down."
"I think there's something there. It just needs to be pulled out."
The only thing pulled out when it comes to Lohan is ... forget it.
Basically, don't hold your breath for this duet. Lady Gaga's Grammy performance showed what a dynamic performer she is. Lohan? Not in her league.