Susan Boyle has unveiled the artwork for her new album Ten and her cover of The Greatest Showmans A Million Dreams with Michael Ball.
SuBo is set to team up with the West End legend, whos also returning to the Les Miserables stage alongside Matt Lucas and Carrie Hope Fletcher, for her highly anticipated 17-track album.
A celebration of her 10 years in the music industry (are you feeling old yet?), Susans new offering will be a compilation of her favourite recordings and four unreleased tracks.
We could not be more ready.
With it being the 58-year-olds eighth studio album after making her name on Britains Got Talent a decade ago, public love for her hasnt faltered in the slightest.
Safe to say, shes still an absolute legend.
She also celebrated the occasion with a dramatic return to the show that made her famous and, honestly, weve been emotional wrecks ever since.
Taking to the stage in Saturday nights episode she sang – what else? – I Dreamed A Dream.
Go get em girl.
The episode opened with Susan singing the track on an empty stage as this years hopefuls spoke about past winners. Revealing her on the BGT stage, she sang her heart out in front of the live audience.
Susan was given a standing ovation and Simon Cowell met her on stage to comfort her.
Thanking her for returning to BGT, he said: Still got the magic, Susan, havent you?
She most certainly does.
Meanwhile, Alesha Dixon recently told us about how her return to the show was a magical moment.
You could feel the love in the room, she told Metro.co.uk.
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