Although he's sitting behind bars now, the "Loyal" crooner worked with J.Lo quite a bit on her upcoming album before his latest legal scandal, and she had nothing but good things to say about their experience together.
"Yeah, he came in and wrote a few songs for me on the album," she told Pop Crush. "We had a great time working together. He's a very talented boy." When asked if his style affected the sound of some of those tracks, the American Idol judge said, "It absolutely did. I mean, he knew he was writing for me, but at the same time it was very organic to what he does. But when you hear the songs, I don't think you would think, like, "Oh, he wrote 'Same Girl.' He wrote 'Emotions.' There's very different things that he did for me on the album."
And she's also thinking about collaborating with Idol co-judges Keith Urban and Harry Connick, Jr. in the future. "I'm a BIG country music fan," she said. "I love country music. I would say, you know, besides hip-hop, country music is one of my favorite genres. I love it. I love the storytelling in country music. I love the lyrics. I don't know...we haven't talked about doing a country song together, but we've talked about performing together. Harry and I have talked about doing maybe an original Christmas song together. You know, different things. But I don't know, maybe we should! Maybe that would be a good idea."
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