When Troye Sivan teased a collaboration earlier this month that "girls and gays are going to, like, die for," the internet was quick to speculate that he'd teamed with none other than pop darling Carly Rae Jepsen. And turns out, they were right: The "My My My!" singer confirmed to PopBuzz he wrote music with Jepsen for his upcoming sophomore record.

Alas, he clarified that the team-up won't be seeing the light of day any time soon. "For this album, we wrote and it just never — sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't,” he told the outlet. “We wrote a really cute song ... you end up writing 50 songs for an album when you wanna pick 10, so sometimes they just don't make it."

But nonetheless, fans were excited about the prospect. "Hello i am going to die," tweeted one fan alongside the article.

For his first album, 2015's Blue Neighbourhood, Sivan kept the features relatively light, tapping artists including Broods, Betty Who, and Alessia Cara. But his star has significantly risen in the three years since, so it's possible he'll set the bar higher this time around. So far, though, he hasn't revealed any collaborations.

His next project, which has yet to receive a title, is due out this spring.

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