Susan Boyle is really spoiling fans this week.
Not only is she returning to the Britain’s Got Talent stage, but she’s called for a Scottish supergroup with Lewis Capaldi and addressed that infamous #susanalbumparty hashtag.
We are blessed.
You may remember back in 2012 when Susan’s poor PR campaign suffered a fail for the ages when they promoted a celebration for the singer’s new album without checking what the hashtag could read… thus ending up with #susanalbumparty going viral.
And seven years on, SuBo has cracked a joke about the disaster that will brighten up your day.
In a video shared to Twitter, the 58-year-old said: ‘Hi, Susan Boyle here. Some of you might know me from that hashtag – what a party that was’, before flashing a wink at the camera.
But that wasn’t the main focus of Susan’s video, as she wants to team up with a fellow Scottish chart-topper.
The I Dreamed A Dream singer reached out to fellow Twitter legend Lewis Capaldi, who is sitting pretty at number one in the album charts with his debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.
Susan said: ‘Let’s discuss that supergroup. Come on over. All the best to you and your new album, hope it does really well.’
She added: ‘There’s something in the West Lothian water here’ – before the video finished with a new #BoyleAndCapaldi hashtag.
Honestly, that sounds like an unbeatable combination. Your move, Lewis.
Susan is set to battle her fellow Scot for that number one spot as she releases her eighth studio album Ten on 31 May.
The 17 track album will feature SuBo’s favourite recordings from her career, including I Dreamed A Dream and Wild Horses, as well as four previously unreleased tracks.
Susan said: ‘I am really proud of this album, it has my favorite tracks from over the years and I hope you get as much joy out of it as I have had working on it and choosing the songs.’
We wonder if one of the new songs is a cover of Someone You Loved?
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