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15 of the Best All-Female Music Video Collaborations

From the fierce "Telephone" duet to the iconic "Lady Marmalade" collab, here are the some of the best (& badass) all-female videos in pop history. Between #TimesUp and more marches this weekend, women standing together is more important than ever

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Lil Kim, Left Eye, Da Brat, Missy Elliott and Angie Martinez—"Ladies Night" (1997)

This video, which takes place in a shirtless male-filled jungle *swoon*, highlights some of the biggest female rappers, singers and actresses of the '90s—and they were all unapologetically fearless! You can't help but to sing along: "I got all my sisters with me!"

Don't miss Fuse's We Stand With Women marathon airing all day Saturday, January 20!

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Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey—"When You Believe" (1998)

Want to know what happens when you bring together two of the best vocalists (and shady divas) of our time in a music video? Chills, chills everywhere!

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Brandy and Monica—"The Boy Is Mine" (1998)

This drama-filled video was a message for all the side-chicks out there: Keep tabs on your man, because you're probably not the only one he's messing with!

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Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Mýa and Pink—"Lady Marmalade" (2001)

This video, which is a remake of Labelle's 1975 smash, is simply iconic. It brought together the best of-the-moment pop ladies, and should not be recreated (I'm looking at you, Rita Ora).

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Eve feat. Gwen Stefani—"Let Me Blow Ya Mind" (2001)

This is an unexpected pairing that totally worked! Despite coming from opposite genres (Gwen Stefani was/is the frontwoman for No Doubt while Eve was the first lady of the Ruff Ryders), the two became a badass pair of party crashers.

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Britney Spears and Madonna—"Me Against the Music" (2003)

This collaboration was a match made in pop music heaven. It was incredibly fun to see Britney Spears go head-to-head with Madonna, whom she cites as one of her biggest inspirations. Can we also take a moment to appreciate the killer, pre-knee injury dance routine?

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Beyonce and Shakira—"Beautiful Liar" (2007)

Yes, having a music video with two of the sexiest, bootylicious, hip-shaking females in pop is formulaic—but it was hard to keep your eyes off Beyonce and Shakira's mesmerizing allure.

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Lady Gaga and Beyonce—"Telephone" (2010)

We're so glad that Britney Spears turned down "Telephone," because gave us one of the most exciting pop duets in modern times. Beyonce and Lady Gaga completely owned their dominating, murderous roles in this video that is filled with pop culture references. Mhmm, Honey Bee!

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Mariah Carey feat. Nicki Minaj—"Up Out My Face" (2010)

Fun Fact: Before their infamous American Idol beef, Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj actually recorded a song together! "Up Out My Face" was a cheeky "Boy Bye!" anthem for ladies everywhere who have a fuckboy in their lives.

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Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.—"Give Me All Your Luvin'" (2012)

Here's yet another Nicki Minaj feature! She, along with fellow rapper/badass M.I.A., teamed up with Madonna for the spunky "Give Me All Your Luvin'." The trio brought the collaboration to life at the 2012 Super Bowl halftime, which infamously ended in a major lawsuit.

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Ciara feat. Nicki Minaj—"I'm Out" (2013)

It seems that ain't shit dudes will forever be a music trend, because Ciara and Nicki Minaj came together for a BANGING club anthem in 2013 that will make you feel better about your messy breakup. "I'm Out" also blessed us one of Minaj's best rap features to date!

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Iggy Azalea and Charli XCX—"Fancy" (2014)

What made already-buzzing "Fancy" so awesome was its accompanying video, which is a spot-on homage to the classic 1995 film, CluelessIggy Azalea and Charli XCX are also two artists who aren't afraid to speak their minds, so a collaboration was perfect.

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Jessie J feat. Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj—"Bang Bang" (2014)

This newer pop collaboration was fun, girly and insanely catchy. Jessie JAriana Grande and Nicki Minaj put their powerful forces (and voices) together for this hand-clapping stomper.

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Nicki Minaj feat. Beyonce—"Feeling Myself" (2014)

I don't think anyone saw a BFF friendship coming from Beyonce and Nicki Minaj, but I'm not complaining! The two ladies bring out the best in each other (whether it's being silly or downright sexy), which is embodied in their "Feeling Myself" video.

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Taylor Swift—"Bad Blood" (2015)

While Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" has a male rapper feature (Kendrick Lamar), the video itself is all about girl power. It gave birth to #squadgoals, as Taylor and her crew (including Selena Gomez, Gigi Hadid and Zendaya) almost make you forget that the song may or may not be targeted at Katy Perry.

Join us in celebrating International Women's Day with a day full of Sister Sister, Moesha and female musicians who are running the world! It all starts Wednesday morning at 9/8c on Fuse. Find Fuse in your area with our Channel Finder.

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