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Beyoncé almost broke the internet again.

The music superstar asked Britney Spears to appear in a new music video, but the collaboration ultimately did not come to fruition, multiple sources tell Page Six exclusively.

It is unclear why the plan fell through.

Reps for the singers did not respond to our requests for comment.

Beyoncé and Spears, both 41, have worked together before.

In 2004, the duo sang Queen’s hit “We Will Rock You” in a Pepsi commercial with fellow pop star Pink. Enrique Iglesias also appeared in the iconic gladiator-themed ad.

The collab with Queen Bey would have been the “Toxic” singer’s second music-related project since her controversial 13-year conservatorship ended in November 2021.

Spears made her highly anticipated comeback in August 2022 when she and Elton John released their duet, “Hold Me Closer.” The upbeat remake of the legendary Piano Man’s classic “Tiny Dancer” debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Spears’ first top 10 single in a decade.

Beyoncé also dropped new music last year. Her dance album “Renaissance” shot to the top of the Billboard 200 chart in July and went on to receive a whopping nine Grammy nominations.

The “Love on Top” songstress, who has become known for her groundbreaking visual albums like 2016’s “Lemonade,” has yet to release any music videos to promote “Renaissance.” However, she did tap Madonna for a remix of her single “Break My Soul.”

Page Six exclusively reported last September that Beyoncé is plotting a tour for the summer of 2023 at stadiums around the world.

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