You know that moment at the club when you're feeling good after your fifth second vodka tonic, you've finally caught the rhythm to the dance remix of Glee's "Teenage Dream," and an acceptable-looking bystander moves in to hit on you before it's all taken away by an unruly fog machine that's blowing like Jamie Lee Curtis on her ninth Activia?
That's kind of like what happened to Susan Boyle on The View. Susan -- bless her heart -- endured a major media tour yesterday to promote her new Christmas album, and two of the three live TV stops (Today, The View) didn't fare so well. While I can certainly blame it on the smoke machine harassing Susan Boyle's demure windpipes, the biggest problem in the scenario is that SuBo didn't exactly...
Scottish banshee Susan Boyle returns with a lush, toned-down cover of Lou Reed's "Perfect Day." Reed, who directed the video, had this to say: “I wanted to create a beautiful and intimate piece shot in Susan’s native Scotland and she quickly agreed.”
Susan Boyle's second album The Gift comes out tomorrow, a sophomore release that boasts a not-so-subtle title hinting at a great holigay gift for all women over 40 in your life...
We know now the real reason behind the postponement of a few legs on Whitney Houston's European tour: Lin Yu Chun, whom some are referring to as the next Susan Boyle. Prepared to be floored, people. Bobby!!?
Seems we've had a lot of bitchiness from public personalities this week, but Adam Glambert's cattiness might take the cake.
Speaking with the U.K's Gay Times Magazine, Lambert was asked how he felt about Susan Boyle's record -- the one record that outsold his late last year. He's not envoius or anything, and it isn't obvious or anything, because Lambert took the high road.
"I'm happy for her success, but that album is terrible. 'Wild Horses' is the one that made me laugh the hardest. I just died when I heard it. I was crying with laughter. It was the most horrendous, sacrilegious treatment of that song!"
After last week's not-so-shocking news that international sensation Susan Boyle made history on the Billboard charts, 50 Cent has decided he wants a piece of the Head Bitch in Charge. Talking to the Mirror, 50 Cent reveals how SuBo is on his mind.
“Susan Boyle is hot right now. I got to get her on a track, for real. We’d make a hit.
“Everyone is talking about her, the lady from Britain’s Got Talent.
“She’s got an amazing voice, and together we’d get everyone dancing. I’m always looking to do something new and she’s cool, so I’ll ask somebody to let her know.
“I’d love to take her clubbing, show her around my world. She’d have a great time.”
I don't know about you, but I think that 50 Cent and Susan Boyle could...
Thanks to D-Listed, we know that Susan Boyle's debut album (featuring the amazing rendition of "Wild Horses") assumed the top position over Adam Lambert (just like a few queens we know fantasize doing). SuBo's album even bested Our Lady of Gaga, Rihanna and Shakira! By more than double!
In fact, the notable spots on Billboards Top 10 Albums chart breaks down accordingly:
1. Susan Boyle - I Dreamed A Dream - 701,000 2. Andrea Boccelli - My Christmas - 218,000 3. Adam Lambert - For Your Entertainment - 198,000 4. Rihanna - Rated-R - 181, 000 5. Lady GaGa - The Fame Monster (EP) - 174,000 6. Lady GaGa - The Fame - 151,000 15. Shakira - She Wolf - 89,000
Ooh, Matt Lauer better watch his back because Barbara Walters is going to be coming for him! Taking a page from the newswoman's famous "Most Fascinating People" yearly specials, Matt and NBC are launching the "People of the Year" this year, with Today's leading man taking the reigns.
And beating Babs to the air date!
So, after you're done stuffing yourself on Thanksgiving, you can tune in to see Matt's sit downs with the likes of Octomom, Susan Boyle, Taylor Swift, Kobe Bryant, Captain Chelsey Sullenberger and a few other "People of the Year" surprises.
Taylor Swift? Really? Never has being interrupted worked to someone's advantage to such a degree! What do you think of the line up so far?