Selena Gomez And Zayn Malik Fans Lose Their Sh*t At Rumours Of 'Aladdin' Collaboration

Fans are speculating the singers are working on new music together.

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A year after Zayn Malik joined forces with Taylor Swift for their hit single 'I Don't Wanna Live Forever', it appears the former One Direction singer might be collaborating with Swift's BFF, Selena Gomez, on new music.

And not just any music, we might add. But the music for the upcoming American music fantasy adventure film, Aladdin.

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While the Guy Ritchie-directed Disney film might not be out until May 2019, the Internet is already suggesting that Gomez and Malik are working together on a single for the film.

The rumours began last week when a Selena Gomez fan account speculated the 25-year-old was working with the Bradford-born crooner.

While nothing has been confirmed by the singers' teams, it hasn't stopped the Twitter universe from jumping on the bandwagon to express their excitement at the possibility of a Malik-Gomez collaboration.

After all, Selena did say earlier this year she was dedicating 2018 to her one true love - music.

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However, we have a feeling Gomez's rumoured boyfriend, Justin Bieber, might not be too happy with the 'Bad Liar' singer's new co-worker.

In 2016, Bieber allegedly accused his then ex-girlfriend Selena of cheating on him with Malik after she took to Instagram to call him out for mistreating his fans.

'Funny how the ones that cheated multiple times, are pointing the finger at the ones that were forgiving and supportive, no wonder fans are mad. Sad. All love,' she reportedly responded to Bieber's string of Instagram comments, according to a fan's screenshot of the A-lister's conversation.

'I cheated...Oh and I forgot about you and Zayn [Malik]?' Bieber responded.

The screenshots remain unverified.

If the rumours of a collaboration do prove to be true, we take it as proof that rubbing a magic lamp to fulfil wishes really does work.

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