"American Idol" alum [artist id="3188063"]Adam Lambert[/artist] will soon join Britney Spears in the group of acts that [artist id="3061469"]Lady Gaga[/artist] has penned tracks for. In a partnership made in disco heaven (and more important, confirmed via Twitter), the collaboration will be featured on Lambert's debut album, For Your Entertainment. On Tuesday, Lady Gaga spilled details to Dallas radio station KISS 106.1 on how their partnership came to be.
"I worked with Adam. I think it was last week," Gaga told the station. "They called me. They asked me to write for him. I was actually like, 'Geez, I got this record that I wrote a while ago.' It's, like, a total hit, smash record, but for some reason, like, I couldn't get it right with me doing it, and I said, 'Gosh, it would be perfect for him.' "
While the "Paparazzi" singer may not have been able to record the song to her liking, it sounds like Lambert didn't have any problems.
"I played it for him and he's like, 'Oh my God, I love it,' and he went crazy, so we did it. He's a funny guy, he's a good guy," she said.
Gaga, who is set to release The Fame: Monster in November, also noted that she leaves her onstage persona at the door when it's time to write songs for other musicians.
"When I do things like this, it's important for me and the artist to remember that I'm not an artist in that room, I'm a songwriter. It's Adam's time and it's his song and I want him to enjoy this moment in his life. You never debut again. You only get one time," she explained.
Lambert will get his chance when his debut album hits stores on November 23. Recently, the singer released "Time for Miracles," a single for the soundtrack to the upcoming film "2012."