Dreams did come true for this "Britian's Got Talent" runner-up -- the Scottish singer has now released her debut album, which includes the "Les Miserables" song along with a rendition of the Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses," "Cry Me a River" and "Silent Night."
Sting, "If on a Winter's Night"
Sting, along with an array of guest musicians and vocalists, channel winter and the holiday season through a collection of songs, carols, and lullabies spanning the centuries.
Bob Dylan, "Christmas in the Heart"
The first holiday release from the folk singer/songwriter contains songs like "Here Comes Santa Claus," "Winter Wonderland" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." All Dylan's current and future royalties from the album will be donated to Feeding America, which works to help end hunger in the U.S.
Paul McCartney, "Good Evening New York City"
Recorded during McCartney's three-night stint at New York's Citi Field, the two-disc set contains hits from the Beatles, Wings and his solo career. Also included is a DVD of the performance.
Beatles, Stereo Box Set
The box set contains all 13 of the Fab Four's albums, from "Please Please Me" to "Let it Be," digitally remastered for better sound quality. Also included is a DVD of mini-documentaries.
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Michael Jackson, "This is It"
The soundtrack to the posthumous documentary on the King of Pop showcases the songs Jackson sings in the film, including favorites like "Want to be Starting Something," "Thriller" and "Smooth Criminal." Also includes the title track and a poem called "Earth" recited by the late singer.
John Mayer, "Battle Studies"
The soulful songs and guitar solos are both back on Mayer's fourth studio album. The tracklist includes "Half of My Heart," a duet with Taylor Swift, the single "Heartbreak Warfare" and a cover of the Cream song "Crossroads."
Adam Lambert, "For Your Entertainment"
The debut album from the glam rocker and "American Idol" runner-up includes the title single, "For Your Entertainment," and "Time for Miracles," which was included in the film "2012."
Andrea Bocelli, "My Christmas"
The Italian tenor takes on classic Christmas songs including favorites like "Santa Claus is Coming to Town," "Silent Night" and "White Christmas."
Taylor Swift, "Fearless" (Platinum Edition)
The country singer's hit album gets a re-release in time for the holidays. The new edition includes six bonus tracks and a DVD containing five music videos and a photo gallery.
Michael Buble, "Crazy Love"
The Canadian crooner's first album in two and a half years mixes original songs with his own take on standard classics from various eras.
Carrie Underwood, "Play On"
The country crooner and "American Idol" winner incorporates both country and pop tunes into her latest album, including upbeat songs like "Cowboy Casanova" and power ballads like "Change."
Sugarland, "Gold and Green"
The country duo covers favorite holidays songs like "Silent Night" and "Winter Wonderland," mixing them with original ones like "Gold and Green" and "City of Silver Dreams," an homage to New York City at Christmastime.
Neil Diamond, "A Cherry Cherry Christmas"
The singer's third Christmas album is a light-hearted album containing holiday favorites including "Deck the Halls," "Sleigh Ride" and "The Chanukah Song."