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Susan Boyle X Factor

Magnificent: Susan Boyle performed a triumphant new version of I Dreamed a Dream at the final but it was not quite enough to win the public vote for the top prize

Magnificent: Susan Boyle performed a triumphant new version of I Dreamed a Dream at the final but it was not quite enough to win the public vote for the top prize

Susan Boyle is to appear on the The X Factor on the 22 of November and will sing her debut single ‘Wild Horses’
Susan’s appearance is also timed to help the hit ITV show X Factor win the ratings war against the  BBC One rival Strictly Come Dancing
“We’re going all out to annihilate Strictly this year,” a source said. “These big signings will really help us.
“Simon Cowell is very excited about Susan coming back but wants to make sure she excels. It’s going to be nerve-racking for her being at the very same place where she lost Britain’s Got Talent. The pressure can get to her and he’s decided not to sign another big-name act for that night so everything is focused around her.”
It was also confirmed yesterday that Susan  will be performing on the hit US show Dancing With The Stars.

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Susan Boyle in Dublin

Susan Boyle has a mass of fans worldwide now, since she appeared on “Britain’s Got Talent” and last night it was her thousands of Irish fans that got to see their favorite BGT singer live on stage, when she performed at the O2 Centre in Dublin.

According to irishcentral.com, fans were worried beforehand, whether Susan was going to show up or not, as the singer has had to skip a few of the BGT live concerts due to exhaustion. Some fans even admitted that they had only turned up to see Susan perform.

When Susan entered the stage at Dublin, she was greeted by a standing ovation and then went on to perform her two signature songs “Memories” and “I Dreamed a Dream.” And apparently the crowd absolutely loved it and they went mad, cheering and shouting her name.

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Susan Boyle Live again

Just another clip of Susan singing , bit jerky this one

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Susan Boyle amazes Aberdeen

Susan Boyle proved to fans at the AECC in Aberdeen that she was a singing phenomenon, as she performed in the Britain’s Got Talent live tour.

The singer earned a standing ovation as she belted out the hits Memory and I Dreamed a Dream.

The air was filled with anticipation as the audience waited to see if Susan – nicknamed SuBo – would appear.

Doubts had surrounded Susan Boyle’s appearance in Aberdeen after she missed a number of dates of the Britain’s Got Talent tour to rest.

But Susan, from Blackburn, thrilled thousands of fans by showing off the voice that shot her to global stardom.

Susan Boyle wasn’t the only star of the show as the 10 finalists from the Britain’s Got Talent put on a spectacular show.

Winning dance troupe Diversity got the crowd clapping with their energetic and impressive routines.

Twelve-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi also stunned fans as he sang love songs including the Michael Jackson hit Who’s Loving You.

And the audience were speechless as saxophonist Julian Smith played the tune All By Myself.

Other Britain’s Got Talent acts included 10-year-old Hollie Steel who confidently showed off her vocal range.

An act which sent the audience into fits of laughter was comedy duo Stavros Flatley.

The pair got the crowd on their feet as they ran across the stage in red jackets and blond wigs, while pulling comical faces.

And later the father-and-son duo made a hilarious appearance as they joined dance troupe Flawless in an upbeat number.

The girls in the audience went crazy for Shaun Smith, who sang the classic U2 hit With or Without You.

Screams filled the arena as the 17-year-old wooed his female fans in a tight unbuttoned white shirt and jeans.

Grandfather and granddaughter duo 2 Grand entertained younger members of the audience as they performed a hit from the children’s film Aladdin.

Dancer 11-year-old Aidan Davis also excited the crowd with his tight and effortless moves.

And the dance turns kept coming as the crowd enjoyed a special guest appearance by last year’s winner George Sampson.

Presenter of the Britain’s Got More Talent show Stephen Mulhern entertained with gags and surprises as he hosted the live show.

And the night was complete with an appearance by DJ Talent.

Susan Boyle LIVE. I Dreamed A Dream. Aberdeen, 23 June 2009

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Susan Boyle live Wembley

Susan Boyle performing ‘Memory’ on last nights show at the Wembley Arena.

The audience were cheering so loud that Susan actually missed her cue, however she showed her charm with the audience until the music re-started.

Susan Boyle at her best


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Susan Boyle desperate to perform at Wembley

Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent

Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent

Susan Boyle is reportedly desperate to perform at Wembley on the Britain’s Got Talent live tour.

The singer, who finished second in this year’s competition, had been a doubt for today’s London show after pulling out of previous dates on the UK tour.

Speaking to The Mirror, a spokesperson for the star said: “Susan’s still very tired, but she is really excited about the show and can’t wait to get back on stage.

“If she were told she couldn’t perform it would break her heart.”

Boyle recently completed a stint in the Priory clinic after complaining of physical and mental exhaustion following her experience on the ITV1 show.

It had previously been suggested that the 48-year-old would only perform at a select number of shows on the tour in order to conserve her energy for recording her debut LP.

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Piers Morgan: ‘Susan Boyle is fine’

Susan Boyle Biggest star on planet

Susan Boyle Biggest star on planet

Piers Morgan has said that Susan Boyle is “mentally fine” and will play a number of dates on the ongoing Britain’s Got Talent live tour.

Ahead of Boyle’s performance last night in Glasgow, Morgan told BBC HARDtalk that it was the attention of the media and not the reality talent show that had resulted in the singer’s admission to The Priory.

Morgan said: “She did three great shows and is now having a rest and she’ll be back for a few more shows. Susan’s fine.

“Susan Boyle’s fine. She has always been, in my view, mentally fine. The problems she found difficult as anybody would was this incredible worldwide attention.”

He added: “What I find even more hypocritical is that the broadcast media, and broadsheet media as well, they want to cover this story and the best way of covering it and to get the acres of publicity that you want for ratings is to somehow try and turn it into something more sinister than it was.”

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Susan Boyle’s comeback

Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent

Susan Boyle on Britain's Got Talent

Susan Boyle returned to the stage last night for her first public performance since she checked out of the Priory clinic.

The Scottish singer reportedly wowed fans with renditions of Les Miserables number ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ and ‘Memory’ from Cats on the first night of the Britain’s Got Talent live tour in Birmingham.

Boyle’s involvement in the project was thrown into doubt after she checked in to the Priory with exhaustion earlier this month.

However, it was later suggested that Boyle would go ahead with the live gigs after Simon Cowell boosted the star’s confidence by predicting a bright future for her.

The 48-year-old singer is believed to have received a standing ovation from fans following last night’s set at the Birmingham National Indoor Arena. The concert also featured show winners Diversity and the programme’s other finalists.

One crowd member told the Daily Mail: “Everyone was wondering how Susan was going to do. But she looked confident and her voice sounded amazing. She didn’t look like someone who was in the Priory just a week ago.”

Boyle is expected to start working on a West End-themed album after the 23-date jaunt finishes later this month.

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