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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Susan Boyle Suffers 'Emotional Breakdown', Rushed to Hospital

(Picture from after losing Britain's Got Talent)
The UK Daily Mail is reporting that Britain's Got Talent second place finisher Susan Boyle was admitted to London's Priory clinic last night suffering with exhaustion.
Police were summoned to her hotel, reports the Sun, and the singer was assessed under the Mental Health Act after she had an 'emotional breakdown' following her shock defeat in the show's final.
But, despite her distress at missing out to dance troupe Diversity, coming second was the best thing that could have happened to her, judge Piers Morgan has declared. Morgan said a victory would have 'just carried on the mayhem' for the unworldly Scottish spinster.
Yesterday afternoon show reps contacted police to say the 48-year-old was 'acting strangely' at her London hotel. Judge Piers said Susan was 'almost certain' to sign a record contract with Cowell.
According to the newspaper, paramedics were then summoned and helped the 'spaced out' star through the lobby and into an ambulance just after 6pm. A Met Police Inspector and police doctor were called to assist and she was then escorted to the private clinic.
A spokeswoman at the private Priory Clinic in London would not confirm or deny the star was staying at the clinic. Producers of the show said Susan Boyle was 'exhausted and emotionally drained'. The Daily Mail reported on Boyle's can be read by clicking here.
Diversity, a troupe of brothers and friends who brought dynamic dancing to the stage time and time again have won it all on "Britain's Got Talent." Their win proved a shocking upset as Scottish singing sensation was expected to take it all!
Susan Boyle returned to 'Britain's Got Talent' tonight, once again soaring with "I Dreamed a Dream." Boyle earned an emotional standing ovation from the audience and judges as she sang her song before the final results were announced. Respectful in defeat, Boyle praised Diversity, cheering them on by remarking, "The best people won. They're really entertaining and lads, I wish you all the best."
Diversity receives a 100,000 pound ($159,000 US dollars) prize and the chance to perform before Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Variety Show.
The week leading up to the final proved very stressful for Boyle, it was rumored at one point she was quitting before the final performance. To read the full UK Sun article click here.
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