SUSAN Boyle's fans are desperate for her to comeback and release music after a mystery eight month break from social media.
The singing sensation, 59, hasn't posted on Twitter or Instagram since last July, while her last album, Ten, was released in 2019.
Her absence from the spotlight is driving her devoted fans crazy as they wonder when the Britain's Got Talent runner-up might reappear.
This month a number of fans have voiced their support for her online, with one writing: "We love you Susan and miss you!"
Another asked: "I wonder how Susan Boyle is doing."
A third wrote: "I'm being 100% genuine when I ask: What's Susan Boyle up to these days?"
While on Instagram one commented: "Hi Susan. We miss you!"
Susan's last two posts were both political. One saw her back a campaign asking the government to do more to take care of the music industry during the pandemic.
While the other saw her retweet Syco Entertainment's anti-racism post following George Floyd's death at the hands of police in Minneapolis.
The 59-year-old became one of TV's biggest ever success stories when she belted out I Dreamed A Dream on Britain's Got Talent in 2008.
In the 13 years since Susan left Simon Cowell's jaw on the floor during the audition round of the show, she has performed around the world and amassed a fortune.
But she's also kept her feet firmly on the ground and done things on her own terms.
Susan's music career is reported to have earned her £22million – but she isn't flash with her cash at all.
The star revealed to Piers Morgan that she lives off a rather more humble £300-£500 weekly allowance, calling the sum "plenty".
Last year we revealed how her four companies made £2million in 2019.
Her main company Duil Limited generated over £1.2million in the past year, while two other firms Speur Business banked £463,000 and Speur Ltd cashed in £127,000, up from £22,500 the year before.
A fourth company, Speur Films, which was set up to deal with funds from a Hollywood film about her life banked £91,000, amid news a TV company picked up the rights to her biography at the end of last year.
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