Susan Boyle, 58, undoubtedly shocked viewers of Brooklyn Nine-Nine when she was mentioned in a recent episode.
The Britain’s Got Talent runner-up was jokingly revealed to be the cousin of one of the characters.
During the latest instalment, Charles Boyle (played by Joe Lo Truglio) was heard saying his “cousin” Susan didn’t know she could sing until she was in her late 40s.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine confirmed the hilarious reference to Susan Boyle on their Twitter with a clip of the scene and said: “Those Boyles always surprise us,” alongside a wink emoji.
Susan was 49-years-old when she auditioned on Britain’s Got Talent 10 years ago with an incredible rendition of I Dreamed a Dream.
Fans of the show will be no doubt be hoping she will make a cameo in the police live-action sitcom.
The singer appeared to show her support for the shout out by retweeting several messages of the scene on her account.
Actor Joe, whose character said he is cousins with Susan, also addressed the mention on Twitter.
He wrote: “And she’s incredible! @SusanBoyle #Brooklyn90.”
Meanwhile, Susan has some exciting news of her own as she revealed her new album, TEN, will be released later this month.
The announcement was confirmed in a Twitter post, which read: “Susan’s album ‘TEN’ will be released THIS month on 31st May! Let the countdown begin…
“Pre-order Susan’s album ‘TEN’ now: http://smarturl.it/SusanBoyleTEN.”
The chart-topper recently revealed she has teamed up with a huge star on a new song, which will be included on her album.
Susan told her fans she has collaborated with Michael Ball on a brand new track.
Alongside a video of her and Michael waving, the upload on her account said: “When Susan and @MichaelBall surprised the @TheRockChoir and announced they would be collaborating on ‘A Million Dreams’.
“What a grand entrance!”
Meanwhile, Susan was back on UK screens last month as she made a surprise appearance on this year’s series of Britain’s Got Talent to mark a decade since her audition.
The talented star was overcome with emotion as she got a standing ovation from the judges, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, David Walliams and Alesha Dixon.
Simon rushed on to the stage to give Susan a hug and told her: “Still got the magic Susan, haven’t you? Thank you for coming back.”
Britain’s Got Talent continues Saturday on ITV at 8pm.