Susan Boyle finally did it — singing with her girlhood idol, Donny Osmond.
Boyle, the "Britain’s Got Talent" finalist whose operatic voice wowed the world, is releasing her fourth studio album in three years, "Standing Ovation," a collection of showtunes that includes two duets with the Utah-born Osmond.
One is "All I Ask of You" from "The Phantom of the Opera," the other is "This Is the Moment" from "Jekyll & Hyde."
Boyle, quoted by MusicWeek, said "working with [Donny] was awesome and I learned so much from him as a performer and a person. Being in the studio with him was without doubt the best day ever — it wasn’t work!"
The new album arrives in stores Nov. 19.
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