Susan Boyle has recorded a duet with the late Nat King Cole.
The former 'Britain's Got Talent' star has become the first British artist to have ever done a virtual duet with the jazz performer, who died in 1965 at the age of 45.
She shares vocals with Nat on a version of his classic song 'When I Fall In Love' and it will be included on her seventh studio album 'A Wonderful World'.
Speaking about the collaboration, Susan said: "As the first British artist to have been able to perform a duet with Nat King Cole's vocals it's a real honour. Seven years on, I still get to surprise people."
The 55-year-old singer - who impressed the world with her 'BGT' audition performance of 'I Dreamed the Dream' in 2009 - also duet with Michael Bolton on the record and covers Madonna's 'Like A Prayer', Robbie Williams' 'Angels' and Sir Paul McCartney's 'Mull Of Kintyre'.
'A Wonderful World' will be released on November 27 on Simon Cowell's Syco record label.