Meghan Trainor Really Wants to Collaborate with Diplo, 'Dreams' of Beyonce Duet

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Meghan Trainor has her mind set on some potentially amazing collaborations.

Speaking with Elvis Duran before the iHeartRadio Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, California, on Sunday, the "Dear Future Husband" opened up on trying to get to work with EDM producer Diplo.

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"Every time I see him I'm like, 'Yo, will you produce this one song?' And he's like, 'Yes, but you don't text me. You don't call me. You don't send me the songs. Every time you see me at award shows that's when you ask me,'" Trainor, 22, explained. "[I told him], 'I promise I'mma text you.'"

Duran also spoke with the 37-year-old DJ, who said he'd "love" to work with the GRAMMY winner.

"I love people with a big personality that can have an opinion and have strong opinions in the studio and make me do things I'm uncomfortable with," Diplo said. "I think that she's someone with a strong personality. I love her voice, I love her attitude."

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According to Trainor, she'd also really like to work with Beyoncé, but said she thinks that would likely only happen "in my dreams."

"As an artist, visually, Beyoncé kills it in her shows and I want to do some cool stuff like that," Trainor shared. "She's so lovely and I hope one day we can work [together]."

Trainor's collaboration with John Legend on the single "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" earned her a nomination for Best Collaboration at this year's iHeartRadio Music Awards, where she's also nominated for Best Female Artist.

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