Cher broke some startling news last night revealing that her highly anticipated duet with Lady Gaga won't be appearing on her upcoming record because apparently the 'Poker Face' singer isn't a fan.
The iconic star admitted that she thought the pair's collaboration is “brilliant” but explained that Gaga isn't quite as enthusiastic about the track even go as far as shutting it down!
Cher reveals Lady Gaga wasn't a fan of their duet (Visual/WENN)
In a clash of the divas it seems Gaga may have come out on top the 'Believe' hit maker revealed during a live stream interview backstage on the grand finale of the US edition of 'The Voice'.
She said: “"I did a song with Gaga and I think it's brilliant and I thought her performance was great but she doesn't like it."
The Oscar-winning legend revealed some exciting details of her new album, her first in 12 years following 2001's Living Proof which currently has the working title 'Closer To The Truth'. She confirmed Pink's written a song for the record as well as teasing an exciting collaboration with Scissor Sister's front man Jake Shears for the track 'Take It Like A Man'.
When asked why it has taken her quite so long to come back to music the 67-year-old had no answers saying: "I don't know. Truthfully, my record company should have drop-kicked my ass a long time ago.
"I wasn't doing what they wanted me to do. They said, 'you have to get serious or there isn't going to be any album.'"
Cher's new album is expected to be released later this year after fans have waited for 12 years for their hero to return to stage while she performed her comeback single 'Woman's World' on last night's finale of The Voice.