More than ten years ago, Susan Boyle became very popular among music enthusiasts worldwide after her appearance on the third season of “Britain’s Got Talent.”
During her first audition, she stood before Simon Cowell, nervous and unassuming, and then amazed everyone with her performance of “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables. This audition video has been viewed by millions of people.
Currently, after being out of the public eye for over ten years, ‘SuBo’ has undergone a remarkable transformation. She talks about the reasons and methods behind her transformation.
Susan Boyle shared with TV judges that she was an unemployed charity worker who lived alone with her cat, Pebbles. She later revealed her experience of being bullied as a child and misdiagnosed with a learning disability.
After her first TV audition, she achieved overnight success and went on to sell over 19 million records worldwide. Her debut album, ‘I Dreamed a Dream’, became the UK’s highest-selling debut album of all time.
Unfortunately, Susan Boyle was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, and doctors warned her that it could impact her ability to perform live, as reported by the Daily Express.
To improve her health, she stopped consuming sugar and sweets, which she referred to as a problem in her life. Recently, she shared that she lost 28 pounds and is feeling better. She also mentioned that she sought help when needed to manage her health.
“I’m feeling a lot better now. I had moments where I needed help, and I reached out and I got the help I needed,” she told U.K. TV presenter Lorraine Kelly.
In January 2020, the famous singer delighted her fans by appearing on a TV show called “America’s Got Talent: The Champions”. During the show, she mentioned that she feels like she represents people who lack the self-assurance to do things and who are often overlooked.
Many people still find her story inspiring and are glad to hear that she has been prioritizing her well-being.
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