Susan Boyle has confirmed that she would sing at 'Britain's Got Talent' final on May 30 despite reports that she wanted to quit.
On top of the chatter about her quitting "Britain's Got Talent", Susan Boyle has taken the advice from the show's judge Piers Morgan to concentrate on her upcoming performance. In a statement released via Daily Mail, the 47-year-old aspiring singer said, "I want nothing more than to stay and sing in the Britain's Got Talent final. I've spent weeks rehearsing."
Boyle came under pressure this week due to the consequences from being famous. Piers told reporters on Wednesday, May 27 that Susan has "been in tears repeatedly" and was "packing her bags." But recovering from her meltdown, Susan vowed to go back to the stage and fight for her chance. "It's all I've been thinking about. I'm not going to throw away my big chance now," she continued.
A spokeswoman for the show has also issued a statement, confirming that a woman nicknamed Hairy Angel will get up on stage on the final held Saturday, May 30. "Susan Boyle is still very much part of the Britain's Got Talent," the unnamed spokesperson said. "She is looking forward to the Grand Final and she is rehearsing hard to prepare for the biggest night of her life."
Since the news spread about Susan threatening to quit the show, many have launched supports to keep her going. One of them is Demi Moore, who wrote on her Twitter, "To the lovely Susan Boyle - Trust that the whole world is rooting for you whatever the outcome! You have nothing to lose just keep sharing your light!"