Jordin Sparks plans to release a new single in the UK and tour theatres in 2010.
Jordin Sparks is releasing 'Don't Let It Go To Your Head' in the UK.
The 'Battlefield' singer, who won the sixth series of 'American Idol' in 2007, has revealed plans for a busy 2010.
She said: "I have a new single picked out for release in the UK called 'Don't Let It Go To Your Head'.
"I just got back from vacation, and now to kick off the year, I'm doing my Super Bowl event in Miami to launch my new campaign called 'I'm M.A.D., Are You?' campaign. It's all about just saying something that you're frustrated or made about and making a difference about it.
"I think I'm going to tour some more this year, so would love to do House of Blues and theatre-type shows where it's more intimate."
The 20-year-old singer also claimed that talk show host Ellen Degeneres - who it was announced would be taking over from Paula Abdul as a judge on 'American Idol' from this year - would be great on the show.
She told US Magazine: "I think she's going to do great, actually. I love her show. She was one of the first TV shows I went on when I won 'Idol', and she's so sweet and hilarious."
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