“Britain’s Got Talent” contestant Susan Boyle has big plans for the future.
The singer gained international fame in 2009 when she captivated audiences with a performance of the Les Miserables classic “I Dreamed A Dream”.
While speaking to the Sun columnist Dan Wootton on his podcast Boyle, 58, revealed she hopes to start a family. “Well, when things quiet down a bit I would like to maybe go at fostering,” she said.
At the moment Boyle is in the middle of releasing a new album and just finished with “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” but when she has more time, she figures, she has a “lovely house, why not share it?”
Boyle added that she loves kids, though she does not regret not having children of her own.
Being positive is the singer’s key to her success. “Thinking on the positive things, the fact I’ve got a tour this year… that keeps me young,” she said. “All the adrenalin keeps me young.”
Her new album, TEN, is in honour of her 10-year music career.
“TEN comes after an 18-month hiatus and it’s a look back over the last decade of my music with four new tracks that have never been heard before that I decided to keep a surprise for fans,” she told People. “There are very few surprises in life anymore, and well, I surprised everyone 10 years ago when I stepped on the BGT stage, so I thought 10 years on, let’s surprise them again.”