Susan Boyle keeps asking friends to set her up on a date.
REVIEW: Pure talent show gold, that’s what X Factor New Zealand contestant Renee Maurice delivered last night.
Streamers still line the streets of Susan Boyle’s hometown, where the international singing sensation’s second-place finish in "Britain’s Got Talent" left those who know her best feeling crushed — but also hopeful. “I am disappointed for Susan,” said one of about 200 residents of the small town who turned out for a viewing party at a community center Saturday night
She may have finished second but Susan Boyle continued to make newspaper headlines in the UK Sunday following her shock defeat in the final of "Britain’s Got Talent." “Boyle Backlash” said the headline in the tabloid News of the World, suggesting that the Scottish 48-year-old’s alleged “four-letter tantrum” earlier this week had influenced millions of viewers to switch their votes to dance act Diversity. The build-up to Saturday night’s live final had been dominated by reports that Boyle lost her temper in a London hotel and had even considered pulling out of the talent show finale. The Mail on Sunday said she had been been “comforted by psychiatrists” ahead of Saturday’s final.
Singing sensation Susan Boyle breezed through to the finals of the television show "Britain’s Got Talent" after the audience on Sunday voted her semi-finals performance the best of the night. Her performance of “Memory” from the musical “Cats” earned her a standing ovation and a spot in next Saturday’s finale. The 47-year-old from Scotland wiggled her hips in a little jig when she heard the results.
The often scathing critic Simon Cowell called Susan Boyle — the breakout singing sensation from "Britain’s Got Talent" — a "little tiger." On CNN’s “Larry King Live,” she showed she’s no one-trick pony.
Overnight singing sensation Susan Boyle says she’s overwhelmed by the attention coming her way through millions of views on YouTube. “I’m gobsmacked, absolutely gobsmacked,” she told CNN Friday morning
Fans of television and YouTube singing sensation Susan Boyle are demanding she releases an album — now. The 47-year-old Boyle, who says she has never been kissed, was catapulted into the spotlight after her rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” from the musical “Les Miserables,” on the television show “Britain’s Got Talent” at the weekend. Simon Cowell described her performance as “extraordinary,” while fellow judge Piers Morgan said it was the biggest surprise he’d ever had on the show.
In the space of a few minutes and a few notes unemployed Scottish charity worker Susan Boyle won over 3,000 fans. In the space of a few days and YouTube she has grabbed the attention of millions. And she also reportedly has A-list fans like Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher