Super producer Mark Ronson joked he "stalked" Miley Cyrus "for four years" until the 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' singer agreed to work with him.
The superstar producer collaborated with the singer on both 2018's 'The Most' - taken from her 'She Is Coming' record - while she sang on hit single 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart' from his upcoming album 'Late Night Feelings', and he admitted it took some time before she agreed to pair up.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "There's always embarrassing stuff happening... With Miley I was definitely texting her, or maybe you could say stalking, for four years like, before she kind of got back to me!"
The 43-year-old DJ also revealed he went a similarly direct route to ask Camila Cabello - who sings on 'Find U Again' - if she'd be interested in appearing on hiS LP.
He added: "I was listening to the radio and I heard 'Never Be The Same' and I was really like, 'oh that's the voice'.