The singer insisted that the soul singer, whose real name is Ben Drew, was the only artist she put forward to work with on the LP.
"My label asked me who I wanted to work with and I said the only person I want is Plan B," she told the Daily Star.
"I’m a huge fan. So I’m actually going to meet with him this week. I don’t know his face, his videos or anything but I love his music."
Discussing the record, which is largely produced by RedOne - Lady GaGa's hitmaker - she admitted: "I wanted something explosive that could be staged live in a full performance and I needed music to match the intensity.
"That’s what he did. It’s raw, dangerous and big. That’s what I want to be on stage. It’s a different energy to Lady GaGa. The music is more rock, funk and soul inspired."
Scherzinger's debut solo album is due for release next year.