Susan Boyle sings, and Simon Cowell and other celebrities sing her praises, in a weekend US TV special about the Cinderella story that made her a best-selling recording artist.
All that is lacking is a prince – but Boyle says romance has to wait.
“Och, there’s no time for that now. I’m far too busy,” Boyle, 48, said.
“There was a TV company that wanted to set me up with a man. Apparently he was a nice man, but I’ve got my living to do now. I don’t mind being friendly, but no marriage plans as yet.”
I Dreamed a Dream: The Susan Boyle Story, which will be shown on Sunday on TV Guide Network, details her sudden rise to fame and includes performances from her new CD, and a duet with Broadway star Elaine Paige.
The hour-long special will also be shown on ITV1 tomorrow.
Boyle stole the spotlight on Britain’s Got Talent last year, although she lost out on winning the contest.
Her I Dreamed a Dream CD debuted at number one in the US last week, however, and her record label, Columbia Records, said that gave her the best first-week sales of 2009 and the best-selling album debut by a woman in the Billboard SoundScan era.
In comments released by TV Guide Network, Boyle said she was enjoying her unlikely journey from quiet West Lothian town to stardom, but remained unaltered.
“No, I am still the same person I always was – the wee lady from Blackburn,” she said. “I still live in the same house, I still like the same things. I have never wanted to change, I have only ever wanted to be a professional singer and perhaps that’s the only way in which I think differently of myself now: I feel like a professional.”