Susan Boyle records duet with late Elvis Presley via studio wizardry

London, Sept 8 : Scottish singer Susan Boyle has reportedly recorded a duet version of 'Oh Come All Ye Faithful' carol with late singer Elvis Presley.

According to the Sunday People, the 52-year old Britain's Got Talent sensation's fifth studio album 'Home For Christmas' features the voice of the legendary 'King of Rock 'n' Roll' alongside hers, by using digital technology to combine the vocals, the Mirror reported.

Boyle, a self-confessed fan of Presley, is the first British artist to perform with the 'My Way' singer, and called the experience as a "dream come true".

She has dedicated the track to her late father, who was also a big Elvis fan and the album is due to release on November 25.

--ANI (Posted on 08-09-2013)

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