Mark Ronson has said he would consider working on a track with 'Parachute' singer Cheryl Cole.
Mark Ronson wants to work with Cheryl Cole.
Although the producer - who has previously teamed up with Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen and Daniel Merriweather - is yet to hear any of the stunning singer's songs, but said he would definitely consider a collaboration based on what he has seen of her.
Speaking at the official launch of Trekstock charity in association with zavvi.com, Mark told BANG showbiz: "I know what she looks like, and I know everyone wants to work with her. So maybe if I heard her stuff first, yeah I'd work with her."
Mark is the latest in a long line of stars to express an interest in teaming up with the pop beauty.
While Mark may work with 'Parachute' singer Cheryl in the future, he has just finished his own third solo album, 'Mark Ronson and The Business', and admits it's a relief to finally have it completed.
He said: "I'm glad to finally have finished my new album. I've been working on it constantly since last July. It's been tough.
"I've collaborated with a band called The View, Boy George, Wiley. I don't remember them all, actually. But I hope everyone likes it."
Meanwhile Cheryl said yesterday she'd be interested in working with Take That singer and songwriter Gary Barlow in the future.
She said: "I would love to work with Gary. I think he's a fantastic lyricist."