Thelma and Louise.
Peanut Butter and Jelly.
Pinky and the Brain.
And now, Celine and Adele.
In what could quite possibly be the best duo to have ever graced the planet, French Canadian singer Celine Dion has just revealed she would love to collaborate with 14-time Grammy award winner, Adele.
Yesterday, the 49-year-old singer sat down for an interview on ITV's show Lorraine and opened up about the loss of her husband, René Angelil, last year and her career aspirations.
After revealing she's collaborating with several artists and Australian singer Sia has written three songs for her ('What a writer, what a vocalist, and her creativity is freaking me out'), the singer responded to a suggestion about a tour with Adele.
Looking to camera, the mother-of-three sang her own rendition of the British singer's hit 2016 song, 'Hello', with her own lyrics, inviting her to collaborate with her on new music.
'Adele, hello, it's me... I was wondering if you can sing a song with me. Anywhere, anytime,' she sang, before admitting she was a huge fan of the 28-year-old.
She also credited her son, René Charles, for helping her discover 'the new generation of music' and suggesting producers who should work with his mother.
'I want to experiment,' she admits.
Right that's it. The first sign we hear of an Adele and Celine Dion collaboration, you'll be first to know. Watch this space.