The Canadian singer, who is working on a new album, was out of the recording studio for six years until her return in 2011.
Two of Smooth's favourite artists are going head-to-head in this week's album charts. Who would you like to see at the top?
Two of Smooth's favourite artists - Elvis Presley and Rod Stewart, are going head to head in this week's UK album charts.
Elvis' latest release 'If I Can Dream' features orchestral reworkings of many of his classic songs with guest musicians like Michael Bublé on the album.
Rod Stewart's offering is 'Another Country' - an album full of brand new material co-produced by Kevin Savigar who has worked with Bob Dylan and George Harrison among others.
Both albums are in the running for the top spot in the UK's album charts this week, with Elvis currently at 7,000 chart sales ahead of Stewart.
If The King goes to the top, it will be his twelfth number one album in the UK.
Other albums in the running include Elbow frontman Guy Garvey's solo offering 'Courting The Squall' and Britain's Got Talent finalists 'Jack Pack'.
The number one album will be revealed this Friday 6th November.