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Very little is known about Lady Gaga's next album, but if it's latest collaborator is anything to go by, it's shaping up to be funky.

During a red carpet interview at the British Fashion Awards last night (November 23), Lily Allen let it slip that she had booked studio time with "Uptown Funk" mastermind Mark Ronson, but he had to cancel on her, because Gaga's in town. Watch the clip below:

Last month, Gaga premiered a new, disco-inspired song called "I Want Your Love" that was produced by Nile Rodgers and was being used in Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2016 campaign. Having Ronson on board—whose most famous collaborator was throwback icon Amy Winehouse—gives further indication that LG may be looking to the sounds of yesteryear for her upcoming LP.

As we await the upcoming pop record, we do also know that Gaga and Tony Bennett already have the concept to their follow-up to Cheek to Cheek planned.