Susan Boyle Insists She's Fit Enough To Tour 'Standing Ovation' Album

Three years after she won the nation's hearts on Britain's Got Talent, Susan Boyle is now fit and ready to embark on a tour.

Susan is hoping to score a number one with her latest album Standing Ovation, which was released on Monday, and is looking forward to potentially taking the album on tour next year.

The singer told The Daily Mirror: “It would be exciting to go on the road. I'm more relaxed about being a singer. I know what I am doing and the path I want to follow.”

The Scottish singer shot to fame in 2009 when she wowed crowds with her rendition of Les Miserables 'I Dreamed A Dream' in her first audition for Britain's Got Talent.

She came in second place to street dance group Diversity and then the reality show took it's toll on Boyle as shortly after it came to an end she was checked into The Priory rehab clinic in London.

However, it appears that Susan is now in a good place and feels confident about hitting the road for her own headline tour.

She said: “In the beginning it was tough but now I can handle things better. I don’t feel under any pressure, the record team have been good like that.

“I think I probably can do a full show, it would be very exciting to go on the road.”

Things continue to get better and better for Susan as she has signed a deal for a Hollywood movie about her life, and she has high hopes for who may star in it.

The Sun has reported that the 51-year-old singer wants Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney to play one of the managerial roles.

She said: "It's wishful thinking. But it's Hollywood … anything can happen."

We've got our fingers crossed for you Susan!

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