Susan Magdalen Boyle was born on April 1, 1961. She is a Scottish singer who rose to fame in 2009 after appearing as a contestant on the third series of “Britain’s Got Talent”, singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from “Les Miserables”. Boyle’s debut studio album, “I Dreamed a Dream”, was released in November 2009. It became the best-selling UK debut album of all time, surpassing the previous record held by Spirit Leone Lewis, and set the record for the first week sales of a debut album, according to the “Official Charts Company”. Success continued with her second studio album, “The Gift”, where she became only the third artist ever to top both the UK and US album charts twice in the same year, following Boyle’s third studio album, “Someone to Watch Over Me”. Then came the albums “Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs from the Stage”; “Home for Christmas”; “Hope”; “A Wonderful World” and “Ten”.
1. Susan Boyle caused quite a stir when she appeared on the music competition “Britain’s Got Talent” at the age of 50. When the apparently “neglected housewife” appeared on stage, everyone looked at her in disbelief. But when she sang the first lines of the song, everyone was left in awe. This artist became world-famous overnight. Today, he is 61 years old and has around 22 million pounds in his bank account, but also has major mental health issues.
2. Some media reported that Susan ended up in a mental health clinic in London, where she stayed for a few days, before a performance. When she left this institution, the big star decided to stay away from the spotlight.
3. Although she had more than enough money to buy herself a mansion, Susan decided to stay in her small house. However, a few years ago she decided to buy the house next to hers for 111,000 pounds to combine them and create her dream home.