The US rapper is a huge fan of the 'Britain's Got Talent' runner-up – whose debut album ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ has topped the album charts in both the UK and US – and would like to duet with her.
He said: "She's got an amazing voice, and together we’d get everyone dancing. I’m always looking to do something new and she’s cool, so I'll ask somebody to let her know."
The hip-hop star says Susan is “hot right now” and has guaranteed the pair would "make a hit" , Ireland Online reports.
In the meantime, the rapper is more famous for working with Eminem, Dr. Dre and Justin Timberlake but now he’s up for a classical collaboration.
He told The Mirror: “Susan Boyle is hot right now. I got to get her on a track, for real. We'd make a hit. Everyone is talking about her, the lady from Britain's Got Talent.
Fiddy even added: “I'd love to take her clubbing, show her around my world. She'd have a great time.”
News agencies also report, America's Got Talent and Britain's Got Talent judge Piers Morgan will host TV Guide Network's exclusive Susan Boyle concert and entertainment special.
I Dreamed a Dream: The Susan Boyle Story (Sunday, Dec. 13 at 8/7c) will candidly document Boyle's journey from the small village of Blackburn in rural Scotland to international fame and fanfare following her inspiring performance on Britain's Got Talent. Morgan, who had a front-row seat to Boyle's landmark debut performance, says he has been blown away by her transformation.
"It is very hard to think of anyone in the history of show business that has come from such an extraordinary background as Susan Boyle," Morgan says. "To be propelled from the complete anonymity of Blackburn to global superstardom and having 300 million people downloading you, it is to me the most extraordinary transformation I've ever seen in this business," Seattle Post Intelligencer reports.
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