Mark Ronson won't work with Lindsay Lohan.
The BRIT award-nominated producer - who has previously collaborated with Christina Aguilera, Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen and Robbie Williams - isn't interested in getting involved with Lindsay's next LP, despite the fact she is good friends with his sister Samantha.
Mark told BANG Showbiz: "Samantha and Lindsay are good friends, but no, I wouldn't produce her album. I don't know, I am more interested in working with musicians and groups of singers. Not to take anything away from her. I am sure she will make a good record."
However, Mark - whose new tour starts on 14 February - insists he would consider working with troubled singer Britney Spears. When asked which artist he wants to collaborate with next, the 32-year-old star replied: "Britney Spears! No, I'm just kidding. I have never met her. I don't know, I have already worked with so many talented people. It's not like I have a lack of inspiring people to surround myself with."
Lindsay is said to be under pressure to release a third album - tentatively titled 'Nobody's Angel' - because she is contracted to produce another record for the Universal Music Group.
Last year, Lindsay and Samantha were rumored to have had a lesbian relationship. Former celebrity publicist Jonathan Jaxson claimed Lindsay was "openly" interested in women and was "spicing it up" with Samantha.