Annie Lennox is set to display four decades worth of memorabilia at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London this September.
It looks back her hugely successful career as part of The Eurythmics as well as her solo work.
She told BBC 6 Music: "I am going to have a sort of retrospective of alot of my archive and that is really going to be beautiful."
The exhibition features outfits, records, photographs and even ticket stubs.
It has been quite a year for the singer already, picking up the Nordoff Robbins Silver Clef award for lifetime acheivementand an OBE for her services to charity.
"What can I say, I just feel like I am surfing, it is fun," she explained.
Listen below to the full interview with Annie Lennox:
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