Susan Boyle to Perform on UK's 'The X Factor'

September 16
7:00 2009

Susan Boyle to Perform on UK's 'The X Factor'

Marie Claire reports that Susan Boyle will appear on The X Factor in the next few weeks.

Boyle found instant fame after entering Britain's Got Talent earlier this year, and stunned millions with her stunning voice and contrasting appearance. Now the Scottish star will appear on The X Factor - her first live British TV performance since being discovered. The appearance is designed to build anticipation for Boyle's upcoming debut album. 

Susan Boyle, who became a worldwide overnight singing sensation after appearing on the Britain's Got Talent television show has launched her new official website, The site has several news features including images and video for all Boyle fans to savor as they await her upcoming new record.

Her upcoming debut album, 'I DREAMED A DREAM', has it the number one spot on's best sellers list. Her long-awaited album - including pop ballads and show tunes - is due for release on November 24rd, 2009.

As expected, Susan Boyle was an audience favorite on the Britain's Got Talent tour, the singer received a huge ovation the minute she hit the stage. Boyle set consisted of her signature song, "I Dreamed A Dream" from Les Miserables, and "Memory" the famous CATS hit.

Susan Boyle wowed the judges with her performance in the auditions for last season of Britains Got Talent, singing "I Dreamed A Dream" from Les Miserables.

Boyle, who's "nearly 48," talked about her cat, and joked around with the judges, noting that she had "never been kissed." The entire audience prepared for the worst as she began her song, but, once she starting singing the crowd and judges were transported by her emotional and theatrical take on the number!





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