Britney Spears Says Taylor Swift Music Makes Her "Happy," So Here's 7 Reasons The Singers Should Collaborate

While it's been officially established that Britney Spears is a timeless icon, she still remains a grounded, sweet girl who has nothing but nice things to say about her peers. At the 2015 Teen Choice Awards, Spears sang her praises of Taylor Swift, confirming that, yes, everyone really does love the "Bad Blood" singer. Spears is working on her much-anticipated new album, but I think there's one thing missing: A collaboration with Swift.

"I love Taylor Swift," Spears told E! News at the Teen Choice Awards. "I think she's adorable. I love her music. Her music makes me so happy. She's very level-headed. She's a very, very smart girl, very wise."

A Spears-Swift collaboration would have no choice but to be utterly epic. It would have the instant iconic quality of "... Baby One More Time," with the fierce lyrical element of songs like "Blank Space" and "Last Kiss." In short, the collaboration would merge their best assets and result in what's guaranteed to be an incredible track.

Although the track only exists in my "wildest dreams" (sorry), I still think it would be incredible. Here are seven reasons why Spears and Swift need to hit the studio together.

1. It Would Be A Grammy Darling

Both Spears and Swift won Grammys, so this collaboration already stands a solid chance.

2. The Video Would Be Everything

Picture "Blank Space" meets "Toxic."

3. Spears Would Have To Be One Of Swift's Special Guests

It's practically mandatory that Spears would have to pop into one of Swift's live shows.

4. It's The Perfect Post-Vegas Move For Spears

How do you top a Las Vagas residency? With a smash hit.

5. They Already Have A Collaborator In Common

Max Martin had a hand in "... Baby One More Time" and "Shake It Off."

6. They Could Crush A Love Ballad Or A Breakup Jam

Spears and Swift aren't bound by subject-matter.

7. We Could All Use An Extra Dose Of Feminist Inspiration

Both Spears and Swift are successful businesswomen and we're lucky to be able to learn from them.

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