Pink and Lily Allen's highly anticipated duet True Love has debuted online.
The catchy ballad sees Pink and Allen each taking a verse before they sing together on the chorus.
Allen can be heard singing: "Why do you rub me up the wrong way?," in the song that marks her return to music after a two-year hiatus, during which the singer had vowed to retire from the industry.
Both stars have spent time away from music to focus on motherhood, but Allen recently returned to the recording studio in England.
Meanwhile, Pink is racing up the world's charts with her provocative comeback single Blow Me (One Last Kiss)
and on Wednesday she released a video for her next song Try.
The duet will feature on Pink's upcoming album, The Truth About Love.
The So What singer has revealed it's one of many upcoming collaborations, stating, "For the last 14 years, everyone has said no. But this album, everyone said yes. I think that's because people think I've softened. I think people maybe think I bite!"
The pair previously performed the track at a Los Angeles concert last month and Pink is due on stage at London's Roundhouse on Thursday night as part of the iTunes Festival - could Allen make an appearance?
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