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Susan Boyle Seeks Duet Partner for Next Album

In this undated image made available by SYCO Music in London, Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010, British singer Susan Boyle records her contribution to Simon Cowell's Help Haiti charity single, "Everybody Hurts", at an unknown location. The star-studded British single to raise money for victims of the earthquake in Haiti, a cover of the R.E.M.'s 1993 ballad, made its debut on breakfast-time broadcasts Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010. R.E.M. has agreed to waive royalties and the British government says the record will be exempt from sales tax.(AP Photo/Joel Anderson, SYCO Music, ho)
AP Photo/Joel Anderson, SYCO Music
British singer Susan Boyle records her contribution to Simon Cowell's Help Haiti charity single, "Everybody Hurts" in this undated photo made available on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2010.
AP Photo/Joel Anderson, SYCO Music

LONDON (CBS/AP) She dreamed a dream, and now Susan Boyle says she wants to make someone else's dream come true.

The Scottish singer is searching for an unknown to duet with her on her upcoming album, "The Gift."

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Aspirants can upload videos of themselves singing "Silent Night" to Boyle's website and her YouTube channel. The competition closes July 23, and a winner will be announced on July 26.

Boyle, 49, became an overnight sensation last year appearing on "Britain's Got Talent." Her rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream" from the show was viewed millions of times on the Internet.

Her debut album, "I Dreamed a Dream," has sold more than 9 million copies.

Boyle said Friday that her sudden fame has "been a real gift to me and now I would like to pass on the gift to someone else."