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Susan Boyle close to landing the gig of her lifetime Susan Boyle has had a tough road to fame. After being recognized on Britain’s Got Talent, she’s broken records, gotten her own documentary, and even sought after to make an appearance on the hit FOX show Glee. However, in between all those accomplishments she’s had some major breakdowns that almost jeopardized the future of her career.

Luckily, she’s managed to keep it together and has almost landed the gig of her lifetime. She will probably be performing for Pope Benedict XVI as part of a public mass in Glasgow, Scotland when he makes his first visit to Britain this September. According to Hollyscoop, a spokesman for the Catholic Church said, “Negotiations are still under way but we expect Susan Boyle to perform as part of the Papal Mass at Bellahouston Park.”

Susan expressed her excitement for the gig stating, “The Pope is a very special person and singing for him within the mass, it’s not just for him, it’s for everybody.”

They also report that around 100,000 people are expected to come out for the Mass.

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  • June 10, 2010 | Permalink |

    What major breakdowns?
    Do you mean the collapse after BGT when she went to the Priory?
    That was not a major breakdown; she was out in 4 days. You do not get over a major breakdown in 4 days. That breakdown, if you want to call it that, was very minor.
    Since then a lot of things have been misreported and then repeated ad naseum, but when you really examine those reports they fall apart. Please don’t perpetuate that junk.

  • June 10, 2010 | Permalink |

    Susan never had a Major Breakdown. I totally agree with S.E.J. Susan was very tired after being chased by the British “Media”. (I’m trying to be nice here) S.E.J. said your don’t recover from a “Major” Breakdownin only 4 days. No one can understand what Susan went through when she was a Nce little Lady from a small town (Blackburn) in Scotland to being known around the world overnight!!

  • June 11, 2010 | Permalink |

    What is perpetrated these days as “freedom of the press” seems to be freedom to lie, fabricate, misrepresent and is certainly not what reporting is supposed to be. One “reporter in the entire world writes a piece of junk with all kind of unchecked information and the next day it is “reported” in news( ?) papers all over the world and the gullible public believes every word. Sad. Freedom without responsibility is nothing better than anarchy. And that is a dangerous thing in any society.

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