Over the years, there have been a whackload of odd collaborations that have left music fans scratching their heads, and in many instances, plugging their ears.
But that's the beauty of the pop music partnership, which is not unlike any relationship. It either works or it doesn't.
Take Elton John for instance, who has had quite a few musical marriages in his long career.
He paired up with Kiki Dee for the chart-topping 1976 hit "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," was featured on John Lennon's song "Whatever Gets You Thru the Night" a few years earlier, and, amid controversy, performed "Stan" with Eminem at the Grammys in 2001 (see our list below).
But it is his most recent pairing that has tongues wagging again. It was revealed that Sir Elton recorded a track with hard rockers Queens of the Stone Age for their upcoming new album, which is due out this year.
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