SUSAN Boyle is hoping to release new music later this year once she's had her coronavirus vaccine.

The singer, 59, has kept a low-profile for much of the pandemic, last posting on social media in July.

But a source has told The Sun that the Britain's Got Talent star is healthy and abiding by lockdown rules at her home in Scotland.

They said: "Susan is doing well. She’s at home, following the stay at home orders and waiting for the vaccine like the many others in the UK. 

"Hopefully, she will be able to get back to work this year, she would like to, but it really all depends on what happens with regards to the pandemic and lifting of restrictions.

"Staying safe and healthy is her priority for now."

Susan's fans are desperate to hear her sing again, with a number asking after her on Twitter and Instagram.

The star, who was diagnosed with Asperger's in 2013, previously told The Sun how she struggled with the trappings of fame after becoming a global sensation in 2009 when she amazed Simon Cowell with her rendition of I Dreamed A Dream.

Before the release of her last album Ten in 2019, Susan had a two-and-a-year hiatus from the industry.

However, she relished her return to music, saying of her last comeback: "I’m managing things a lot better now. It was a slow process. Everything is with me.

"But I’m coping inside a lot better now and I’m ready — more than ready — for what’s coming.”

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