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She is an amazing talent and likely an amazing woman. Hope she gets the job and does well.
sounds like fun go girl
Good job researching. She didnt win britan has talent. How do people who job it is to report the news not get facts right or even bother to look them up?
I didn't listen to the video, but the article does not say she won. It says she wowed millions. 52-year-old Boyle first wowed millions in 2009 when she sang a rendition of 'I Dreamed a Dream' on the TV show 'Britain's Got Talent.'
She loves to be with people and what can be wrong with that. She is wonderful
She's smart. From what I understand, Susan Boyle suffers from Asparger's disorder(high end autism) and a good idea is to be out there interacting with people. Good for her. She is courageous.
this has nothing to do with susan , but last night grammy seeing that z jay and boyounce those 2 are pair... trash i couldnt undersand 1 word and if you call that singing , sad to think these kinds of people make millions of dollars and there are so many out there like susan whom deserves so much more, susan is humble, those 2 are not!
Susan is FABULOUS on every level ! She deserves everything she's gotten and more. Hopefully this job will be the "more" ! She is a real role model for the planet !
She is amazing in spite of her disability! Fabulous talent! I agree that she probably just needs the people contact and enjoys it, probably gives her something to do feel productive and useful each day.
good for her! she is still very grounded lady, and all this stardom has overwelmed her lifestyle that she has had all her life! i see nothing wrong with her wanted to be around just regular folks!
There's a big possibility that she won't take the money. Why Susan has a dynamite voice, she strike me as a very shy person. Many she need the job to prove that she can be around person and not want to run away from the attention that she would receive. Living in a world in which 'every body knows your name' and in her case her face can't be easy.
It's a different kind of connection with people, with a lot less pressure on it. She won't always have to be "on," have to perform and do it flawlessly. She can just be herself. She is terribly shy and she may well have had enough of the stress of performing.
Good for her. She doesn't think she is above working for a living like every other performer.