Susan Boyle is coming to America and will make an appearance on Dancing with the Stars. Don't get too excited, we're not gonna see Boyle dancing but she will show off her amazing voice during Tuesday's live show.
According to TMZ, she will sin a rendition of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ on the show.
Boyle was scheduled to perform on America's Got Talent, but her performance was cancelled last minute when the show couldn't get the rights for Boyle to sing a version of Lou Reed’s track ‘Perfect Day’ with a 100-piece children's choir.
A source said at the time: "Susan was really upset. She was in tears and was forced to pull out of the show, and decided to return to the UK."
It's not the first time Boyle has been on DWTS. Last year, she made an appearance and performed the song that made her famous, ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, from the musical ‘Les Miserables’.
UPDATE:Susan has canceled her performance because she is ill. A rep for Boyle said: "Susan Boyle has had to cancel her performance on 'Dancing with the Stars' as her doctor advised her not to sing due to a severe throat infection. Susan is very upset at letting her fans down. Their continued support means so much to her."