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Susan Boyle, the 2009 Winner of Britain’s Got Talent, won over the world with her blindsiding, unexpected voice and humbled demeanor. There’s been talk of a movie for a while but nothing concrete so far.
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on January 2nd, 2013
Hey world? You know Susan Boyle?
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on May 23rd, 2012
A brief admission, so that you know my heart is pure. I don’t like TV talent shows.
There are many downsides to growing up in public. The public catching you while you’re in mid transformation from one thing to another and deciding that’s the real you.
We’re well used to the idea that celebrities fiercely guard their privacy at times of high public interest, like when a child is born into their family. But did you know that part of the reason Victoria Beckham wasn’t seen ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on September 19th, 2011
It was always a high-risk strategy, putting two of Britain’s best drama series up against each other on a Sunday night, especially given the plethora of means people can use to catch up with whichever one they didn’t watch ...
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on September 2nd, 2011
We've crowned the men's champion. Now let's move on to the ladies. 32 fabulous British women vie for the title. Pippa Middleton or Karen Gillan? Helen Mirren or Joanna Lumley? Start your fan campaigns now and vote!
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on August 29th, 2011
The narrative is beyond cliché: gawky middle-aged sod turns up to a talent show audition, with clearly delusional hopes of becoming a world superstar. (In our corporate celebrity age, we have been trained to believe that all stars ...
First it was Elvis, then the Four Seasons, and most recently Spider-Man; you’re not really anyone in this business we call show until you’ve had your life story told on Broadway (or local equivalent).
By MacKenzie Wilson | Posted on April 19th, 2011
Thanks to Madame Tussauds, the charm of Susan Boyle will now reach beyond her music.