Gaga – who, like Madonna before her, seems to be either adored or despised without much gray area in between – has already worked with a ton of people since exploding on the scene in the summer of 2008, including Britney Spears (she wrote a track which didn’t make Brit’s last album), Michael Bolton (“Murder My Heart” from Bolton’s upcoming album), Colby O’Donis (“Just Dance”), Wale (“Chillin”), Marilyn Manson (an alternate version of “Love Game”) and the opening act for her Monster Ball tour, Kid Cudi (“Poke Her Face”).

Now word comes that Lady G has been tapped by no less a superstar than Beyoncé for a collabo.

Director Hype Williams confirmed to MTV News that Beyoncé and Gaga will both appear in the video for a reworked version of the next single from I Am … Sasha Fierce, “Video Phone.”

Although security was intense for the shoot and people involved have been tight lipped with details, several sources have reported that the new version of the song features a fashion and singing face off between the two singers and includes a newly penned Gaga verse.

And earlier this week, “American Idol” supernova Adam Lambert revealed to his Twitter followers that he and Lady G had been working together on something for his upcoming debut album.

“Yes, it’s true: I spent yesterday in the studio w the insanely talented and creative Lady Gaga recording a song that she wrote! I love her,” Glambert tweeted.

“Gaga wrote the song a while ago, and she thought it would be a good fit for me. It’s a solo track. I feel so honored and lucky to be asked. Gaga just gets it, ya know?”

The collaboration hardly comes as a surprise because much of Lambert’s album is being produced by RedOne, the mastermind who helmed Gaga’s wildly successful debut.

Unless the track leaks, which seems to happen more and more these days, fans will have to wait until Nov. 23 to hear the finished product.

In the meantime, here’s the recently released video for “Time for Miracles,” Lambert’s power ballad for the upcoming Roland Emmerich “blow stuff up” epic, “2012.

Time For Miracles

Adam Lambert MySpace Video