BGT finalist Susan Boyle returning to America’s Got Talent
Susan Boyle seized everyone’s attention back in 2009 when she took over Britain’s Got Talent stage, singing her rendition of I Dreamed a Dream. She attained the second spot in the coveted competition, blowing the judges and audience away with her soulful performance.
Returning back to Stage!
Since then, she has kept a relatively low profile in recent years but is set to come back with a bang this year. The 57-year-old will be taking the stage in America’s Got Talent: The Champions. The talent show judge, Simon Cowell said, “I was delighted Susan agreed to come back.” Reportedly, she is set to fly to the United States this week after being signed up for the show.
There have been reports that the singer would be making her return to the spotlight later this year with the release of her Christmas album. Commenting on her return, Cowell said, “I think she’ll enjoy it. She’ll be making records with us for a long time.”
After being diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome in 2013, Boyle has endured several hardships, including her “outburst” at Heathrow Airport with a staff member. In 2016, she was tormented by a group of 15 teenagers at her hometown of Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland. However, Boyle said that she loved her hometown, where she grew up and didn’t want to leave the place due to such bullies.
Best of Luck, Susan!