It looks as if 2010 is going to be another show-stopping year for Susan Boyle with the news that she will appear on the Oprah Winfrey Show on Tuesday.
Reports from Britain say that Susan will fly to the U.S. Monday to prepare for her debut on the show.
Susan will most likely do a track from her record-breaking debut album, "I Dreamed A Dream," and then have a chat with Oprah.
Insiders says filming is likely to be pre-recorded to make Susan feel at ease.
"Susan appeared on Oprah via satellite when she became an overnight star on Britain's Got Talent, but she never got to meet her in the flesh. She is a big fan and loves going to America, so she can't wait," and industry source said.
Susan's album continues to break records in the U.S. where "I Dreamed a Dream," sold 3,104,000 copies in 2009.
Country singer Taylor Swift claimed the overall top spot for 2009 with her album "Fearless," with 3,217,000 sales.
However, Taylor's album has been on sale for a total of 52 weeks where Susan's album was on sale for just six weeks.
Susan and Taylor were the only two artists to sell more than 3 million copies of their albums in the US last year.
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