In this March 27, 2012 file photo, Susan Boyle performs during her musical 'I Dreamed A Dream' at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle, England. (AP Photo/Scott Heppell, File)
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A confident Susan Boyle readies 1st US tourFive years after her musical breakthrough, Susan Boyle says she's feeling confident and comfortable -- and ready to launch her first U.S. tour.Boyle said she hadn't been ready to take on the tour after her pop culture moment in 2009, but now she's more relaxed and ready to perform.Boyle was chipper and excited when talking about her American tour, which she said will include "a few surprises".Boyle revealed last year that she had been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism.Boyle said her tour will include some new material.Outside of music, Boyle said she's interested in acting after making her big-screen debut in the holiday movie "The Christmas Candle".
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