Susan Boyle will make her American debut on “America’s Got Talent,” the U.S. counterpart to the TV show that made her a star.

The “Britain’s Got Talent” runner-up will hop across the pond on September 16 to perform on the finale of the talent show.

Sources told that producers “adore her” and are “delighted” to host her first stateside television performance.

Boyle’s said to be thrilled about the upcoming trip to the States, telling her family that she can’t wait to visit.

In order to make the trip, the Scottish songstress will have to take a break from recording her highly anticipated debut album, “I Dreamed a Dream,” which is due for a November release. The album is already hugely successful, topping Amazon’s pre-order charts over big names like Whitney Houston.

The news of Boyle’s “America’s Got Talent” appearance won’t come as a surprise to her loyal fans. “Britain’s Got Talent” Judge Piers Morgan made no secret of his intentions to get the singer on the U.S. program when its season began this summer.

"If she's up for it and she is well enough ... our feeling is she probably will. Absolutely!" Morgan said back in June.

Boyle is said to be doing wonderfully, and most certainly up for her big U.S. debut.