Susan Boyle: 'I want to collaborate with Kings Of Leon'

Singer says she also wants to work with Adele and Lady Gaga

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Susan Boyle has revealed that she would like to record duets with Kings Of Leon and Lady Gaga.

The singer returned at the weekend to take the Number One spot in the UK album chart with her new album 'Someone To Watch Over Me', knocking Florence And The Machine's 'Ceremonials' from the summit in the process and is now talking about recording a series of high profile duets.

Boyle, who found fame on Britain's Got Talent, told Digital Spy that the 'Born This Way' singer and the Tennessee stadium rockers were top of her list as far as new duets were concerned.

She said: "There are so many people I'd like to collaborate with. Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Michael Buble, Adele and Kings Of Leon to name a few. I think they are such wonderful talents. I could see myself rocking it up a bit."

Boyle's new album, which came out November 7, includes covers of Depeche Mode's 'Enjoy The Silence', Joni Mitchell's 'Both Sides Now' and a new rendition of 'Unchained Melody'.

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