Susan Boyle, who has kept a low profile in recent times, looked happy and healthy as she prepared for the Scottish Music Awards this evening.
The Britain’s Got Talent runner-up waved her arms at photographers as she was seen near her home in Blackburn.
The 57-year-old beamed at the camera while sporting a bright ensemble as she got ready for the Glasgow event.
Wearing her dark tresses down, she was believed to have come from the hairdressers before being inducted into the Scottish Music Hall of Fame.
Susan teamed a fluffy red jumper with a fuchsia coat, which had a grey lining, as well as black flared trousers.
She also chose a pair of brown, heeled boots while accessorising with a simple silver necklace.
It comes after the singer confirmed she would perform at the event last month, causing a stir amongst her 8,203 Instagram followers.
She stated: “I am thrilled to be performing at this year’s SSE Scottish Music Awards and to be opening the show is fantastic.
“The Scots are one of the best audiences in the world, so being on the SEC stage will be wonderful.”
Susan added: “I’m also incredibly honoured and speechless that I will be inducted into the Scottish Music Hall of Fame #ssescottishmusicawards.”
The SSE Scottish Music Awards, now in it’s 20th year, will be at held at the city’s SEC.
As well as the former reality star, Annie Lennox will also join the ranks of Scotland’s greatest artists.
Other performers taking to the stage are Snow Patrol, Mark Knopfler, Amy Macdonald, Tom Grennan and Kyle Falconer.
The bash raises money annually for Nordoff Robbins Scotland and will be hosted by Sanjeev Kohli.
Susan has kept her fans updated online since taking some time away from the limelight, and this week was no different.
Three days ago, an upload to her account stated: “If you could choose a sing for Susan to cover, what would it be? Comment below.”
And, the previous week, a segment of her book was shared alongside a stunning photo of her in a forest.
It read: “Yes, it was scary, but every time I got a frisson of fear, I tried to remember what Frank Quinn was always telling me.
“‘Susan, believe in yourself. You are the person writing your story’. Susan Boyle, The Woman I Was Born To Be: My Story.”
Susan was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome back in 2012, before speaking out the following December.