Lily Allen will not work with Mark Ronson again, but the producer is still hoping to collaborate with Amy Winehouse in the future.
Lily Allen will not work with Mark Ronson again.
The super-producer believes the pair's creative relationship has come to an end, but denies he has fallen out with the pop singer since working on her single 'Littlest Things' from her debut album 'Alright, Still' in 2006.
Mark, 34, said: "I can't go back to working with Lily. There's been no falling out but our creative relationship has ended."
However, he hopes to record with Amy Winehouse again, after working on her breakthrough second album 'Back to Black', also released in 2006.
Lily, 24, has since worked with producer Greg Kurstin on her second album 'It's Not Me, It's You', and recently revealed the video for her third single from the album, 'Who'd Have Known' - in which she kidnaps an Elton John look-a-like.
The video sees Lily pose as a limo driver to kidnap 'Elton'. She then takes him home, ties him up and forces him to declare his love for her.
The video makes fun of an incident last year when the pair co-hosted the GQ Men Of The Year awards. Elton became annoyed with Lily for drinking too much, and they exchanged stern words onstage in front of the star-studded guests.