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'No decision' over Boyle single

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Susan Boyle speaks about her makeover on US TV

The first song to be released as a single by Susan Boyle has yet to be chosen, her spokeswoman has said.

The 48-year-old Britain's Got Talent star was reported to be releasing a cover of classic song Moon River as her debut assault on the charts.

The 1961 song, which won an Academy Award, was sung by Audrey Hepburn in the film Breakfast At Tiffany's.

Boyle, who was recently interviewed on US TV, is expected to release her first album at the end of the year.

Charity recording

The Scottish singer, speaking on for the first time since she came second to dance group Diversity on the talent show, said dealing with fame was "like a giant demolition ball".

She had undergone a makeover for her appearance on NBC's Today show.

Boyle shot to fame with her performance of I Dreamed A Dream, a number from musical Les Miserables.

She also sang Memory from stage show Cats during the course of the competition.

Cry Me A River, which Boyle recorded for a charity CD in 1999, is expected to be included on her new album along with her Britain's Got Talent songs.



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