It has only been 14 years since she performed on Britain’s Got Talent, but since then, her own star has risen to the heavens and is pointing in the direction of prosperity.
She surprised everyone when she didn’t turn out to be one of those superstars who nervously bat their long fake eyelashes in front of the camera, run about in high heels, and spend a lot to demonstrate how far they’ve gone in their careers.
That is not the situation at all. Susan, on the other hand, is the complete antithesis of this stereotype; she is a thrifty lady who just turned 61 and avoids being in the spotlight.
She lives in the same Blackburn, West Lothian terraced home that she did as a child and spends a reasonable $400 per week on her expenses.
In April 2009, Susan rose to fame seemingly out of nowhere. It was her performance on “Britain’s Got Talent” in which she sang “I Dreamed a Dream” from “Les Miserables” that served as the golden hinge that allowed access to a whole new universe.
The video on YouTube has garnered more than 100 million views in less than ten days. Her first album was a huge success, selling 10 million copies in its first year.
Susan was no longer the elderly woman who sang in the bathroom as she showered and cared for her cat.
At this point in the applause harvest, the medical specialists finally concluded that the patient had Asperger’s Syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder that often has an effect on relationships with other people and may generate a great deal of stress and sadness.
Susan was able to calm her breathing down. Everything was finally put into context as she had been successful in escaping the stigma of having “brain damage.”
Susan did not end up getting married, although she did go out on dates with men on occasion during the course of her life.
There have been whispers that the year 2022 would see a continuation of the accumulation of money that will not be put to any use… A movie about how rose to popularity like a meteor is now in the works.
It has been speculated that Meryl Streep may play her. Her autobiography, “The Woman I Was Born to Be,” which was released in 2010, is going to serve as the inspiration for the movie.
Susan is the same modest lady, or nearly the same, who competed on Britain’s Got Talent at the age of 47 and took the judges to tears with her amazing voice.
She got them to applaud her standing up. It’s the same lady who was singing passionately as the water from the shower was splashing on her head while she was wearing short heels and a shy grin.
Since then, the only thing that has changed about her is her trademark brows as they aren’t as convoluted or twisted as they were in the past, and they look to have greater self-control and fewer numbers.