Remember Susan Boyle’s “makeover” well turns out this time she really did get a makeover and a brand spankin new attitude! The hard work has paid off and she will be featured on the cover of Harper Bazaar’s September issue. All this business about secret locations and designer dresses leads us to believe that its going to be quite the shoot. Check out her Today show interview after the jump. [NY Mag] Keep reading »
She’s baaaaack! Susan Boyle returned to the “Britain’s Got Talent” stage on Sunday to perform in the semi-finals. She chose to sing “Memory,” from the musical Cats — so what do you think? Was Susan’s latest everything the hype made her out to be? Keep reading »
Ever since the video of Susan Boyle singing “I’ve Dreamed A Dream” hopped onto the internet, the world has been talking about her awe-inspiring performance on “Britain’s Got Talent.” This 47-year-old, unmarried, frumpy cat-owner shocked the show’s judges, the studio audience, and YouTube viewers by looking like one thing and sounding like another.
Over the past week or so, people on both sides of the debate have spoken about whether they thought Susan should change her look, and bloggers monitored every little change in her appearance, down to the pruning of her eyebrows. Now, a New York Times article says that snap judgments, like the one we made based on Susan’s looks, are only natural. Keep reading »
Pole dancing is all the rage with suburban housewives or as we like to call them, “Stellas gettin’ their groove back.” But America isn’t the only pole-lovin’ motherland; the U.K.’s got a case of stripper fever too. Although earlier in the season, a 40-year-old mom slid down Britain’s Got More Talent, but her skills don’t even compare to the technique of the living Billy Elliot. After lifting himself up out of the ghetto and up onto the side of a street lamp pole, the 14-year-old boy break-danced his way to the top. Last season, he was told he wasn’t good enough, but George “Comeback Kid” Sampson picked himself up and practiced to make it perfect. His hard work paid off and he just won the entire televised competition on his second time around. George’s rendition of Singin’ In The Rain would make even Gene Kelly cry, but this submitter openly admits to her runny mascara. Look out Justin Timberlake, this kid’s got talent! [Daily Mail]
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