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Rita Ora is ready for a 2015 version of "Lady Marmalade," and she wants to recruit Miley Cyrus, Charli XCX and Iggy Azalea to join her on it. 

Even though she recently announced the delay of her sophomore effort, the British pop darling admitted that there's another to-do on her agenda, and that's to gather a group of hot ladies for an all-star collaboration. During an interview with The Sun, Rita said, "It's always been my goal to create another 'Lady Marmalade.' I’m trying to round up the troops – I think it would be me, Miley Cyrus Charli XCX – she'd be fun – and Iggy Azalea."

"Lady Marmalade" is, of course, the hit originally performed by Patti LaBelle, and later covered by Christina Aguilera, P!nk, Lil' Kim and Mya for the soundtrack to 2001's Moulin Rouge

iHeartRadio is in full support of some more girl-on-girl efforts, especially when they only come every now and then, but maybe this foursome can come up with a brand-new song instead of re-envisioning the pop anthem. Oh, and what about Missy Elliott?

In case you need a quick refresher on everything that was the 2001 rendition of "Lady Marmalade," take a look below!

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