Katy Perry, "American Idol" judge and pop icon, wants to work with country artist Carrie Underwood.
Perry has spoken out about her love for Underwood, calling her the "queen of country" and applauding her glitzy fashion sense.
Fans are excited about what these brilliant artists could create together after their unexpected cooperation.
She won the fourth season of "American Idol" in 2005, and since then, Underwood's music has dominated the charts.
Her first single, "Inside Your Heaven," was the first country song in history to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Underwood broke records with her debut album, "Some Hearts," becoming country music's best-selling solo female debut artist.
"Jesus, Take the Wheel" and "Before He Cheats," the album's crossover singles, helped her win three Grammys, including Best New Artist.
Noah Thompson, this season's "American Idol" contender, can relate to Underwood's success.
Thompson, who has COVID-19, was inspired by Underwood's music and wanted to perform "So Small" to honor his dedicated family.