Susan Boyle on Making Broadway Debut: 'I'm Open to Offers'
In an interview with today's USA Today, Susan Boyle, who first gained worldwide attention with her appearance as a contestant on TV's "Britain's Got Talent" in 2009, singing "I Dreamed a Dream" from "LES MISERABLES", shared that she may be ready to make her debut on the Great White Way.
"The sky's the limit," said the singer when asked if she would consider coming to Broadway. "I'm open to offers."
Boyle also shared that she would love to team on a project with one artist in particular. "My favorite performer is Michael Buble and I'd like to work with him at some point," she said.
Boyle also spoke about her recent acting debut in "The Christmas Candle" opposite Les Mis star Samantha Barks. "I haven't done much acting before ... so it felt a bit strange to begin with," she says of the experience. "But once you get used to it, it becomes fun and you start to enjoy yourself."
Read the interview in full here!
Boyle gained worldwide attention with her appearance as a contestant on the TV program "Britain's Got Talent" in April 2009, singing "I Dreamed a Dream" from "LES MISERABLES." Susan has gone on to become a top selling artist with over 20 million albums sold worldwide, stormed to the top of the charts in over 30 countries, garnered two Grammy nominations and her four albums have gone multi-platinum in over 38 countries.
Boyle appeared in her first acting role with the release of "The Christmas Candle" as Eleanor Hopewell, wife of the churchwarden in the enchanting village of Gladbury. The inspirational family film, produced by ImpACT Productionsand Big Book Media, and distributed by EchoLight Studios, was released last November. The 53 year-old will embark on a 21-date tour this October.