Shania Twain is willing some big-time collaborations into the world.

Twain, 54, appeared on Wednesday’s episode of “The Talk” to speak about her latest songs. The Canadian country icon revealed she has already written collaborations she hopes to do with Post Malone, Lizzo and Janelle Monae.

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“I’ve written a song for us already,” Twain said of the Malone collab. “He doesn’t know it yet. He knows now. So Post, I have a song for us.”

“I went home and I actually wrote a song for the three of us,” she added of Lizzo and Monae. “It’s called ‘Sisters’ and I think we are all sisters in what we do, and it was a really great new friendship that we started. And so I went home and wrote that song. They don’t know about it yet.”

Twain, who made “The Talk” appearance after the American Music Awards, also shared her love for Taylor Swift.

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“I wanted her to know how proud I am of her, that was a big night for her,” Twain said. “I wanted to talk to her and personally congratulate her and say bravo, you rock. You really are a champion. I love you.”

Twain released her latest album Now in Sept. 2017. It was the legendary musician’s first studio album in 15 years.