Rihanna and Drake have collaborated on several different songs over the years, but the two haven't traveled together to play music live on tour. However, it now appears that Rihanna is ready to "Work" with the "Hotline Bling" rapper on the road.

During an interview on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Rihanna told host Ellen DeGeneres she was all for a tour with Drake. While he's not on her current tour, the singer added he might "next time."

"I would love to go on tour with Drake actually, that has to happen," Rihanna said.

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While the idea is one that will get fans excited, it appears the earliest the potential tour could happen is this fall. Rihanna is preparing to embark on her "Anti World Tour," which begins Feb. 26 in San Diego. The North American leg of the tour ends May 7 in Oakland and the "Diamonds" singer will then tour over seas until Aug. 12. You can find a full list of tour dates and ticket information here

Drake might have a busy touring schedule of his own this summer. According to New York radio station Hot 97, Drake is rumored to be going on a huge tour with J. Cole. Station DJ Ebro teased a future announcement could confirm the report.

Rihanna had Drake help her out on the first single off "Anti" called "Work." Previously, she appeared on Drake's song "Take Care" off of his 2011 album of the same name. He also sang on her song "What's My Name" off her 2010 record, "Loud."

Both artists are set to have a big year as they're both dropping new music. Rihanna released her highly anticipated album "Anti" Jan. 28, which has already been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) after Samsung purchased one million copies of the record.

Drake is also expected to put out a new album in the near future. According to Hot New Hip Hop, Drake will drop "Views From the 6" in April. He has already released a new song called "Summer Sixteen," which is the first single off the record.

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