Susan Boyle is set to make a TV comeback on a new 'All Star' version of Got Talent.
America’s Got Talent: The Champions will air on NBC in the States and feature notable contestants from the US series as well as Got Talent shows from across the globe.
Susan Boyle is reportedly due to take part on behalf of Britain's Got Talent, nearly a decade on from her famous 2009 audition.
The show will apparently be judged by Simon Cowell alongside current AGT judges Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, and Mel B, and will air in 2019.
A source shared to The Sun newspaper: “Simon was delighted Susan agreed to come back.”
Speaking about the new special previously, Simon said: “I have always wanted to have a competition show for the very best of the best ‘Got Talent’ acts from around the world.
“The variety and the talents of the acts who enter ‘Got Talent’ globally are incredible and unbelievable. Since ‘America’s Got Talent’ was where it all started, I’m absolutely delighted to be launching this on NBC.”
Susan Boyle became one of Britan's Got Talent's biggest stars after her audition - which saw her singing I Dreamed A Dream - went viral.
Although she didn't actually win the series, with dance group Diversity taking the title, Susan was signed by Simon and has since released a number of albums.
In an interview in 2016 to promote her latest record, Susan said she hoped to return to the stage.
"I'd love to do some more performing, I'd love to sing again on BGT and The X Factor. I wouldn't turn it down," she commented.
Meanwhile, Simon recently praised Susan - nicknamed SuBo - alongside series one winner Paul Potts for making the show.
"I think her and Paul in particular, they defined the show which is giving the underdog a shot and then they had a career, and I don’t think another show could have done that," Simon said.
The latest series of Britain's Got Talent was won by comedian Lost Voice Guy in June.