It’s been nearly two years since the world was introduced to a charming Scottish lady with a very big singing voice: Susan Boyle. And today (April 1), the Britain’s Got Talent star celebrates the big 5-0!
Give it up for good ol’ Susan Boyle. The Daily Star reports that the Scottish chart-topping singer is cutting out all sugary goodies for Lent. Does Boyle have Jedi-like strength or something?
One cannot forget Susan Boyle‘s extraordinary audition on Britain’s Got Talent in April 2009. Her jaw-dropping performance of “I Dreamed a Dream” has made her one of the world’s most beloved stars.
For those about to rock, Susan Boyle wants to join you! Digital Spy reports the Scottish songbird would gladly give an AC/DC song a try.
The Grammy nominations were released tonight (December 1), and as expected, British acts Florence and the Machine and Mumford & Sons will compete for the Best New Artist Grammy. They will face teen heartthrob Justin Bieber, rapper …
Around this time last year, Susan Boyle was still adapting to her instant stardom after her unbelievable Britain’s Got Talent audition. She was as famous for her angelic vocals as she was for her strange outbursts with the …
Well surprise, surprise! This shouldn't come as a shock, but Susan Boyle has topped both the U.S.
Say what you want about Susan Boyle. She is one of the decade's most surprising, not to mention, endearing stars.
In an upcoming in-depth interview on Piers Morgan's Life Stories, Susan Boyle opens up about her whirlwind rise to fame, which took off like wildfire upon her performance of "I Dreamed A Dream" on Britain's Got Talent in April …
Fire up, Gleeks! This holiday season is going to be a merry one as Glee readies the release of Glee: The Music – The Christmas Album, due November 16.