Who Should Taylor Swift Collaborate With? Vote!

Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift
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(L-R) Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift arrive at the 58th annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift recently tapped Maren Morris for "You All Over Me" from her "From the Vault" series, but who should she collaborate with next?

Can you imagine if she and Katy Perry worked together, what they could do? The American Idol judge put the question into the Swifties' and KatyCats' heads, and they've been teenage dreaming ever since.

But Swift and Selena Gomez cuddled up for a sweet reunion pic with the former's moggy Benjamin Button. The Folklore singer even referenced Gomez's 2011 single "Love You Like a Love Song" in her comment, but we would love it if they sang a song together.

But some fans think one of her favorite artists who might join her for more "From the Vault" songs is Niall Horan. The two performed Horan's "Slow Hands" during her U.K. Reputation Tour stop, but it might be time for them to properly work on a song together.

Dionne Warwick already told her Twitter followers during her Billboard Twitter Q&A that she was already down for the idea to collaborate with the fellow Grammy winner.

"I think Taylor has a wonderful voice. She writes incredible music, and it'd be wonderful of her to write for me something to sing with her. So yes, I would love to sing with Taylor Swift," the 80-year-old performer said in response to a fan. After Swift released her re-recorded version of "Love Story" shortly before Valentine's Day, Warwick claimed it was her favorite Swift song.

So who should T. Swift hit the studio with next? Vote below!

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