Even though Adam Lambert's new single just debuted and his first video just hit the Web, that news has still be slightly overshadowed by the fact that the "American Idol" runner-up is collaborating with none other than Lady Gaga. Yesterday, Lambert announced via Twitter that he had spent some time in the studio with Gaga, recording a song that she wrote for his debut album For Your Entertainment (which hits stores on November 23). "Yes it's true: I spent yesterday in the studio w the insanely talented and creative Lady Gaga recording a song that she wrote!" he tweeted. "I love her!" Later, Lambert added, "Gaga wrote the song a while ago, and she thought it would be a good fit for me. It's a solo track. I feel so honored and lucky to be asked. Gaga just gets it, ya know?"
The Gaga/Lambert connection represents an incredible union of talent, essentially bringing together two of the biggest names in pop music right now. Collaborations are a dime a dozen, but something like this doesn't come along very often: A tag-team effort that brings together two massive names. They join a handful of top-shelf hook-ups: Jay-Z has a galaxy of huge collaborations (including Alicia Keys, and Linkin Park), David Bowie and Queen got together for the massive single "Under Pressure" and Michael and Janet Jackson collaborated for "Scream." Click here for a look at 10 great superstar collaborations, including Britney and Madonna, Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney and Dylan and the Dead!