The 2009 “Britain’s Got Talent” superstar Susan Boyle was on “Today” Tuesday (Dec. 3) where she performed a piece off her latest album.

Boyle’s new album is called “Home for Christmas,” which features her favorite Christmas songs from growing up. She also tells Matt Lauer that her fondest holiday memory from growing up is “going to church and coming home and having a nice Christmas with the family.”

Her song today was “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and it’s just lovely. Susan’s album is available now and includes both secular and non-secular favorites, from “The Lord’s Prayer” to “The Christmas Song” to “In the Bleak Midwinter.”

In fact, the first track on the album was done in association with Save the Children and The Elvis Foundation. It features Boyle and Elvis dueting on “O COme All Ye Faithful.” Video below. You can order a personalized copy of the album from Boyle’s website in time for the holidays, too.

Posted by:Andrea Reiher

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