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Susan Boyle (born April 1, 1961 in Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland) - British singer, participant and winner of second place the third edition of the British version of the contest Got Talent - Britain's Got Talent.
Susan Boyle appeared in the 'Got Talent - Britain's Got Talent', in the episode aired April 11, 2009 year by the station, ITV3. She went on stage and after a short conversation with the jurors, they and the audience gathered in a huge studio reacted incredulously when flowed from her mouth the first sounds of the song 'I Dreamed A Dream' from the musical Les Misérables. Her performance ended with euphoria and a standing ovation.
During the program, and after Susan Boyle has gained tremendous popularity worldwide. In many papers appeared devoted to her articles and videos from the recording of her performances posted on the Internet, beating records.
24 May 2009 Susan Boyle appeared in the semi-finals of the program 'Britain's Got Talent'. She sang the song 'Memory' from the musical 'Cats'. It allowed her to go to the finals.
On the way , 18 April 2009 Susan Boyle appeared on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' to sing in the program.
Susan Boyle is a very quiet person, as stressed in his speech Holuka Richard, pastor of the parish belongs to Susan. Before the program never showed off to his voice, which testifies to her modesty.
Susan grew up in a religious Catholic family.
Susan does not have a husband, she recalled in interviews that she is lonely because of their appearance and behavior, because of which it has repeatedly bullied at school.
Past few years, Miss Boyle spent caring for his mother, who died in 2007. It then caught a huge depression. Susan constantly stresses that occurred in the program that mom was proud of it.
It is thanks to his mother, Susan, at age 12 she began singing in the church choir.
Susan's mother, Bridget, was a stenographer, before she started having babies. Susan's father, however, Patrick, was a warehouseman in the British Leyland factory in Bathgate. Susan has her senior eight siblings. Susan was alone with her parents when her siblings, started sequentially, one after another leave the house. Susan lost her father in 1999.
Miss Boyle in 1979, at age 18 started his first and last job as a cook at West Lothian College. It ended after 6 months.
Since 1980, Susan was a volunteer and helped elderly people. Supported it in the parents.
In 1984, Susan participated in a vocal competition in the club Motherwell FC's Fir Park Social Club, during which Barbara Streisand performed a song entitled 'The Way We Were'. This has been immortalized on record.
In 1999, Miss Boyle recorded a cover of the song "Cry Me a River '. He found it on the album released in 1000 copies by the association of philanthropic charitable purposes.
In 2000, Susan Boyle appeared on the show Michael Barrymore'a 'My Kind Of People'.
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