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Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

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2009/05/29 08:37 AM RssIcon

Susan Boyle had a meltdown on Wednesday in the middle of a hotel lobby. Susan Boyle's cursing and four-letter word vocabulary shocked hundreds of guests. No longer Britain's Angel anymore. I wonder how this will affect the public's view of her when it comes time to vote in the finals of Britain’s Got Talent.

Susan Boyle went into a meltdown in front of hundreds of guests at the Northwest London hotel. The hotel will be the venue for the finals of the hit television show, Britain's Got Talent. More than 100 people saw her tantrum.

Police had to intervene Wednesday after she lashed out at two strangers who were apparently trying to "wind her up" - annoy her.

Boyle became an overnight global sensation on her very first appearance in the contest in April, when she sang I Dreamed A Dream from the musical, Les Miserables. Her stunning performance at the semi-finals catapulted her into the finals with a very very good chance of winning the competition.

However somebody should have told her that winning the competition is not about singing ability alone. It is also about PR, and being likeable by the fans. I think this performance has hurt her badly. She would have lost a few fans. Not the kind of publicity you want.

What do you think? Are you still confident that she will win? Has her outbreak changed you impression of Susan Boyle? Let us know your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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Re: Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

She's human

By South African on  2009/05/29 04:23 PM
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Re: Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

Yes, that's right she is human, and filled with flaws. Even more reason that the PR people should have at least started to iron them out. A super star, is supposed to be just that super.
Oh well, lets see what happens

By Robert Bravery on  2009/05/29 07:58 PM
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Re: Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

I agree that she is human. However, it is a pity that she does not realize the importance of the role and the behaviour that she has to maintain that goes with 'fame'. I am disappointed, and yes she has lost points with me. If she loses it will be because of her own doing. That will be so sad.

By nicolas on  2009/05/29 10:46 PM
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Re: Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

Were any of us really there? Did we witness the events? No. I still have not heard an accurate report of what she allegedly did/said. Journailsts are well known for saying the most horrendous things just to get a reaction from their victim. This poor lady had no experience with this scum and should have been protected from them. Until I see an actual video of her doing the things she's accused of I take her side. I probably will even if I do see a video. However, Diversity were amazing. Well done to all the contestants, it was an amazing show.

By alex on  2009/06/02 12:52 AM
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Re: Susan Boyle's Tantrums and Meltdown.

Alex,

You're absolutely correct. Sometimes we rely too much on reports. We do however expect those reports to be accurate.
I do think tho that this show extends tremendous pressure on those contestants. Not everybody can handle that.
I still think that Susan Boyle is an amazing talent. Perhaps with some coaching she will be able to handle the pressure.
I don't think we have seen the last of her yet.

Thanks for the comment BTW

By Robert Bravery on  2009/06/02 07:46 AM
 
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