Reformed Irish boyband Boyzone are keen to team up with Mark Ronson for their next album - but fear the superproducer might turn them down as he is too "picky".Ronson landed a prestigious Grammy Award for Producer of the Year in 2008 for his work on Amy Winehouse's Back To Black record, and is currently in high demand for his services.
Boyzone star Stephen Gately admits the band are desperate to secure him to work on their upcoming comeback album.
But the singer is worried they might not have the right credentials to land such a high profile collaboration.
He says, "We'd love to work with Mark Ronson but I don't know whether he'd want to work with us though.
"He's very sought after so he can be picky. (But) we want to be adventurous."
And the star also names another artist they are hoping to work with - Leona Lewis, after the Bleeding Love hitmaker recently revealed she is a big fan of their work.
Gately adds, "I'd love to do a duet on the new album, Leona has an amazing voice. So who better to work with? She's fantastic."