Disgraced rocker Gary Glitter is to launch a pop comeback - as soon as he is released from jail.
The fallen star - real name Paul Gadd - is currently serving a three-year sentence in a Vietnam prison following his 2006 conviction for committing obscene acts with two Vietnamese girls, aged just 11 and 12.
He is due to be released in August (08), when he will be deported back to his native Britain - and he is reportedly planning a return to the charts.
He says, "I have an incomplete album that I want to finish. I have been thinking about the plan during my days in jail."
But Glitter has also admitted he is looking to make a new home in a country other than the U.K. - where he will be on the country's sex offender register after he was convicted and jailed for downloading child pornography in 1999.
He adds, "I am trying to contact my lawyer and friends to see where the best place to live is."