Susan Boyle has been out of the public eye for a number of years now, and fans have been wondering where she has disappeared to.
But they need not worry any more, as the Britains Got Talent star will soon be returning to the spotlight with an epic Christmas comeback.
As one of Simon Cowells most looked after clients, it looks like SuBos two year absence has allowed her to work on something magical for this years festive season.
And as one of her biggest fans to date, the music mogul cant contain his excitement for the release.
Talking to the Sun Online Simon revealed: Shell have an album out this Christmas. Weve got an idea to do something slightly different with her.
I think shell enjoy it. Shell be making records with us for a long time. Shes amazing.
In 2009, the soon-to-be star took to the stage and announced to the BGT host: Im trying to be a professional singer.
Despite being laughed at by the crowd, she took the whole nation by surprise with her cover of the Les Miserables hit, I Dreamed a Dream.
The previous year saw Paul Potts win with his remarkable voice, and Simon believes that it was Paul who set the way for underdogs to succeed.
He said: I think her and Paul in particular, they defined the show, which is giving the underdog a shot and then they had a career, and I dont think another show could have done that.
Susans last record A Wonderful World was released in 2016, and Simon helped pick out each song that featured on the album.
Opening up about her relationship with the producer, Susan said: I had a lot of fun making it. Simon picked the songs. Ill always put my trust in Simon – hes a genius.
I dont see that much of him, but I hear from him a lot.
Back in 2013, just four years since she stepped into the public eye, the 57-year-old was diagnosed with Aspergers syndrome.
At the time of her diagnosis she confessed to the Observer that the news a huge relief.
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She said: It was the wrong diagnosis when I was a kid.
I was told I had brain damage. I always knew it was an unfair label. Now I have a clearer understanding of whats wrong and I feel relieved and a bit more relaxed about myself.
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