Calvin Harris to record a song with Jennifer Lopez?

2016-07-26 21:00

Los Angeles - Calvin Harris is reportedly "eager" to get into the studio with Jennifer Lopez.

The 32-year-old superstar DJ is believed to have expressed his interest in collaborating with the On The Floor hitmaker on a song at her 47th birthday party at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas over the weekend.

A source told "His main goal of the night was to talk with J.Lo and figure out how they could collab on a future song together. He knows it would be awesome and they would be able to work on it often since they are always in Vegas. He laid the foundation on setting something up and he is very eager to make it happen."

Calvin took to Instagram to share a video with Jennifer wishing her a happy birthday:

Happy birthday Jennifer Lopez, legendary icon - and your show in Vegas is next level

A video posted by Calvin Harris (@calvinharris) on

See more pics from JLo's birthday bash below:

#vegasnights happy bday @jlo #southbronx @kimkardashian #turnuptime ???? #mc4

A photo posted by French Montana (@frenchmontana) on

Thank you @zuhairmuradofficial @zuhairmuradprivate for always making me feel amazing!! #birthdaysuit

A photo posted by Jennifer Lopez (@jlo) on

Jennifer confirmed she has reunited with LA by sharing a link to an article announcing the partnership on Twitter on Wednesday.

She tweeted: "Heading Back Home!! Jennifer Lopez Signs New Deal With L.A. Reid's Epic Records - @LA_Reid (sic)"

The 46-year-old beauty, who was also previously signed to Capitol Records, produced some of her biggest hits when she was first signed to Epic, including 2001 hit Play and 2002's Jenny from the Block

Jennifer's last studio record was her eighth studio album, 2014's A.K.A, which was released on Captiol.

The LP included collaborations with Pitbull, French Montana, TI, Iggy Azalea, Rick Ross, Nas and Tyga.

Meanwhile, Calvin has had success with his recent hit This Is What You Came For featuring R&B superstar Rihanna. 

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