Halsey's 5 Best Collaborations, From The Chainsmokers to Lauren Jauregui

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Lauren Jauregui and Halsey (R) perform during ABC's 'Good Morning America' at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park on June 1, 2018 in New York City. 

You can catch the singer/songwriter at the Hot 100 Fest next weekend.

The Billboard Hot 100 Festival is coming up fast, taking over the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on August 18 & 19. Halsey is gracing the stage as a headliner, and she's known for her high-energy, explosive performances.    

The Hot 100 Fest always hosts some wild collaborations, with Skrillex and Justin Bieber joining forces to perform "Where Are U Now" and Major Lazer bringing out J Balvin for "Mi Gente" over the years. So who knows? Halsey -- who's no stranger to collabs -- might bring one of her famous friends to join her onstage.


In anticipation, find Halsey's top five link-ups below, and find tickets for the festival here.    

"Closer" - The Chainsmokers feat. Halsey   
This uber-popular single hit fans' ears for the first time back in 2016 and was inescapable for months thereafter. It might be fun for the "Bad at Love" songstress to bring back her EDM pals for a reunion.

"Alone" - Halsey feat. Big Sean & Stefflon Don
This remix of her hopeless fountain kingdom single got a little hip-hop twist from Big Sean and Stefflon Don, and the collab would be awesome to see on the Hot 100 Fest stage.

"Him & I" - G-Eazy & Halsey
The chances of this onstage team-up are not super likely, as the famous couple called it quits a month ago. However, "Him & I" continues to be a jam since its release in December 2017.

"Strangers" - Halsey feat. Lauren Jauregui​​
These two besties have hit the stage together before, and we can only hope for another steam-filled performance this summer.

"Eastside" - Benny Blanco feat. Halsey & Khalid
This is Halsey's latest collaborative project, contributing to the all-star songwriter's melodic tune with Khalid. The trio will surely have the Hot 100 Fest crowd swaying their hips to the song's infectious beat.