Susan Boyle is looking to recruit a host of younger pop stars including Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Adele to record an album of duets.
Susan Boyle wants to record an album of duets with Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Adele.
The 50-year-old singer - who sold over eight million copies of her debut album 'I Dreamed a Dream' - is looking to recruit a number of younger pop singers for her next project.
She told the Daily Record newspaper: "I'd be interested in an album of duets. There are so many people I'd love to sing with. Lady Gaga would be fun. But then, so would Donny Osmond. I really like Adele and Rihanna."
Susan has already had one offer, from 'Let the Sun Shine' singer and producer Labrinth, who wants to modernise her sound.
He told BANG Showbiz: "I want to make her the sickest track in the world man - it would be Susan on dubstep!"
Susan has also lent her talents as guest star to another rising star, 11-year-old 'America's Got Talent' finalist Jackie Evancho, singing 'A Mother's Prayer' on her debut album 'Dream With Me.'
Susan said: "She has so much talent for someone so young and I wish her a long and successful career, she certainly deserves it."