Susan Boyle – Britains Got Talent! Woman WOW’s THE WORLD! Don’t Judge a Book By It’s Cover!
DO NOT JUDGE A BOOK
BY IT’S COVER!
She’s a frumpy 48 year old lady, who has never been kissed, never had a date, was bullied in school for a disability, her Mom just died, she is unemployed, lives alone with her cat, Pebbles and donates her time volunteering for her church. But can she sing?
The unlikely Britain’s Got Talent sensation Susan Boyle has become such an internet hit that Hollywood star Demi Moore has been Twittering about her.
The actress’s husband Ashton Kutcher spotted the talented unemployed Boyle, posting a link to a video of her much-discussed Saturday night singing performance on his Twitter page.
Boyle won over a cynical audience in the first episode of the new Britain’s Got Talent series on the weekend and her performance quickly became a YouTube hit.
The 48-year-old was initially greeted with scornful looks after confessing she had never been kissed and struggling for words when she appeared on stage. But her rendition of I Dreamed A Dream from the musical Les Miserables, brought the crowd to their feet.
Unless someone had an early clue and this was all a setup, what the viewers, audience and judges all got was that genuinely electrifying moment: something no one expected that was better than anyone could have dreamed. It was a “Rocky” moment!
Show judge and music mogul Simon Cowell is now reportedly organising a record deal for her, while bookmakers say she is the favourite to win the BBC talent show.
Boyle’s sudden trajectory mirrors that of previous Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts. The plain Welsh mobile phone salesman wowed audiences with his classical singing and is due to release his second album this year.
WATCH SUSAN BOYLE ON YouTUBE
How fabulous is that? Never stop designing your life! And don’t judge!
And by the way, she’ll be on CNN “American Morning” Friday (17th) to chat about it. In the celebrity biz, she’s a curve ball and a welcome one — even if she disappears as quickly as she arrived.