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Scottish singer


Susan Magdalane Boyle is a Scottish singer who rose to fame when she appeared as a contestant on reality TV programme Britain's Got Talent. She later released her first album I Dreamed a Dream in November 2009.

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Birth nameSusan Magdalane Boyle
Date of BirthApril 1, 1961
Years active2009–present
LabelsSyco, Columbia
OriginBlackburn, West Lothian, Scotland
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 In truth I feel I now belong. It is this acceptance that has helped me lay my demons to rest. This is really the first time that I feel confident and blessed, 
— Susan Boyle has finally conquered her demons and is able to enjoy her success / December 15, 2011
 To be able to sing for the Pope is a great honour and something I’ve always dreamed of – it’s indescribable. I think the 16th of September will stand out in my memory as something I’ve always wanted to do, I’ve always wanted to sing for his Holiness and I can’t really put into words my happiness, that this wish has come true at last. 
— Susan Boyle can't wait to perform in front of the Pope / August 25, 2010
 The Pope’s visit is a very big event for Scottish Catholics. My own faith is the backbone of my life, I pray and say the rosary each day and am very close to my religion. I am humbled and honored by this invitation and I hope I can do my best. 
— Susan Boyle is humbled by the opportunity to perform in front of the Pope / August 25, 2010
 I don’t know what to with the money. I’ve bought a house and I’m keeping my old one purely for sentimental reasons. It was my mother’s. 
— Susan Boyle has no idea what to do with the money she earns / May 15, 2010
 When I look in the mirror I see that I brush up quite well. It’s a bit like a cygnet to a swan. Now, I see a sophisticated lady. Even though the outwardness has changed, inside I’m still the same, but now I’m a bit more refined in some ways. 
— Susan Boyle / April 30, 2010

 Put it this way, a woman who went on Britain’s Got Talent with mad hair, bushy eyebrows and the frock that I was wearing that night had to be noticed. It was a good choice at the time. In fact, the whole process has been pretty good for me. 
— Susan Boyle / April 30, 2010
 My dad has been dead for 10 years now and my mum for two-and-a-half. This was a promise that I’d made to my mum — that I’d do something with my singing. She was the reason I pursued my singing. She had a good belief that I could do it. 
— Susan Boyle / April 30, 2010
 When I strutted on to the stage for that audition, I was a scared wee lassie, still grieving for my mother, not caring how I looked. I think I’ve grown up a lot in the last year, become more of a lady, and I’m not so frightened anymore. I’m writing this book to try to show that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover and I hope it will benefit other people. My story demonstrates that you shouldn’t just look at the label, you should look at the whole person, emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. I hope that telling it will show that dreams are not impossible, if you’ve got courage and a willingness to go on no matter what the circumstances. 
— Susan Boyle on signing an autobiography deal / April 20, 2010
 I go on looking. Some day my prince will come. But I have never been in a better place. It’s absolutely brilliant for me right now. [Being famous] takes a wee bit to get used to it. I had to learn to be a bit different. People recognize you in the street. At the beginning I couldn’t go out on my own. I still catch the bus and I still have my bus pass. The logic is simple. If you don’t want to walk, you catch a bus! 
— Susan Boyle is waiting for her prince / April 12, 2010
 Oh for goodness sake! I looked like Whistler’s Mother! I do scrub up well. Once I’ve got the false teeth in and the hair, you know, I’m fine. 
— Susan Boyle saying she looked like Whistler's mother before finding fame / April 06, 2010