The singing sensation, 51, has just signed a deal in the US to bring her life story to the big screen, The Sun said.
Filming begins next year and, according to the newspaper, the Britain's Got Talent star has already decided that she's like heartthrob George to play her manager.
"It's wishful thinking. But it's Hollywood... anything can happen," the singer is quoted as saying.
Reports that the story of the unemployed church volunteer who shot to fame after appearing on Britain's Got Talent would hit the big screen first emerged in 2009.