Besides topping the charts, Ricky Martin and Fred Durst have something else in common neither can catch Christina Aguilera.
Martin plays a game of cat-and-mouse with the sultry songstress in the video for their dance version of his song, "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely." The ex-Mouseketeer and the former Menudo member pursue each other in the clip, but never quite connect.
"Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" appears as a solo ballad on Martin's Sound Loaded album. He and Aguilera re-recorded the song as a dance duet in Las Vegas in December; the number arrived at radio stations on Tuesday. The tune will be added on the next pressing of Sound Loaded, but fans who purchased the original album can download the song at rickymartin.com by inserting their copies in their CD-Rom drives.
Aguilera's last high-profile collaboration was with Fred Durst, when the Limp Bizkit singer joined her onstage at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards. Durst later said he "did it all for the nookie," to which Aguilera responded that he wasn't successful.
Fans can get a behind-the-scenes look at the "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" video via MTV's "Making the Video" on January 16 at 10:30 p.m.