Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) is a new computing paradigm that utilizes service to support the development of rapid, low-cost and easy composition. SOC promotes creation of new services by composition. In the composition process, requirements are described by requestor and Web service offered by the provider, a provider is the owner of service his role is to create service and publish it to make it available to customers and partners. A number of Web services compositions approaches have been presented to satisfy the end-user's requirements. Interactive Web services compositions (IWSC) creates new value by adapting the end-user's requirements, the end-user corresponds to the person requesting the service and who will search and invoke the service. With the emergence of collective intelligence (CI), IWSC allows a better end-user's satisfaction. In this paper, we propose a new approach that supports Collective intelligence for satisfying the actor's requirements that suggests a model to help the web services composition. Our approach uses the beneficial roles of collaboration as a key for future services composition. It uses also the interactivity between the actors, user interaction during a service composition will contribute in the satisfaction degree of the actors.