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Susan Boyle wants GaGa, Rihanna for new album

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Susan Boyle

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Susan Boyle has named Lady GaGa and Rihanna as recording artists she would like to work with.

The 'I Dreamed A Dream' singer, who has sold over ten million albums worldwide, is looking to work with a younger crowd of musicians for her next record.

"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," Boyle told the Daily Record.

The 50-year old singer has recently teamed up with America's Got Talent contestant 11-year old Jackie Evancho for her track 'A Mother's Prayer'.

"It was a pleasure to record such a beautiful song as 'A Mother's Prayer' with Jackie," Boyle explained.

"She has so much talent for someone so young and I wish her a long and successful career, she certainly deserves it."

Boyle was recently named the highest-selling UK artist overseas for a second year running.

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Listen to Susan Boyle and Jackie Evancho's 'A Mother's Prayer' below:

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