Susan Boyle's second album has already been announced. Although the Scottish star's first album, the chart-topping 'I Dreamed A Dream,' shattered records on its debut, it seems that fan interest in the homespun star knows no end.
The follow-up album just become available for pre-order on Amazon.com, a full seven months before its intended release. Currently, the title of the second album from the Britain's Got Talent star is listed as 'TBC' or 'to be confirmed' on Amazon.com.
A date for the album's release, however, has been confirmed. Syco, Simon Cowell's record label, will release Susan Boyle's second album on November 29, 2010 - just in time for the holiday season, where it's expected to sell like hotcakes.
Could the timing portend a holiday themed album? Fans are already speculating that Boyle may record some holiday favorites or add a track or two in tune with the season. Either way, the pre-orders are already rolling in.
Boyle's second album follows her hugely successful debut album which went on sale in November 2009. The Scottish singing sensation topped the British charts with her first album the first week it went on sale, breaking Amazon.com pre-order records, and hit number one in nearly every country where it was released.
Perhaps, most impressive of all is the first $6 million dollar royalty check she received earlier this month for the more than 8.5 million copies of 'I Dreamed a Dream' that have already sold.
No other details have been released about Susan Boyle's second album including if it will include any duets with artists such as Lady Gaga, Snoop Dogg, and 50 Cent who've said they'd all like to collaborate with Boyle.
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