Music legends Tony Bennett and Stevie Wonder are teaming up to record a new album of duets.
Bosses at Bennett's record label Columbia have confirmed the iconic pair - who have 36 Grammys between them - will hit the studio soon to begin recording to the disc, although they are keeping tight lipped about song selection, a title, and when the record will be released.
It won't be the first time 83-year-old Bennett and Wonder, 59, have recorded together - Wonder appeared on 2001 album Playin' with My Friends: Bennett Sings The Blues and 2006's Duets: An American Classic.
They even scooped a shared Grammy for their duet of Wonder song For Once in My Life, which appeared on the latter album.