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Susan Boyle Invited to Appear on 'America's Got Talent'

June 17, 2009 08:40:14 GMT

Judge Piers Morgan said that there is a possibility that Susan Boyle will make a special perfomance when the hit show begins season 4.


Susan Boyle Invited to Appear on 'America's Got Talent'
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Scotland's very own breakthrough artist, Susan Boyle, is more than welcomed in America. Piers Morgan is foreseeing the singer coming to "America's Got Talent" (AGT) after she almost won the Britain's version of the competition last month.

"Susan singing live to 25 million Americans? That would be great!" Piers told reporters earlier this week. "She still gets a bit tired sometimes, but she is 48." He added, "If she's up for it and she is well enough. Our feeling is she probably will (appear on AGT). Absolutely!"

One person in particular who would also love to have her is Simon Cowell, the producer for both "America's Got Talent" and "Britain's Got Talent". However, schedule may have to be arranged because Susan is in the middle of a live tour in Britain and Ireland up to July 5.

Susan has garnered fans in U.S. including celebrities such as Demi Moore, Oprah Winfrey and the latest being hard rock act Slipknot. Her brother John Boyle said that 95% of the fan mail comes from U.S.

The fourth season of "America's Got Talent" will premiere June 23 on NBC. Judges Piers Morgan, David Hasselhoff, and Sharon Osbourne will not be noticed forehand about a contestant before the audition. "If we knew Susan Boyle had a voice like an angel, we wouldn't have been condescending to her. It's very important to the integrity of the show that the judges not get any warning," Piers explained.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by lucy080335@yahoo.com on Jun 24, 2009
We love Susan. Please make sure that she is traveling with one "beast" friend and her car. That would give her support. We are axciously waiting for her CD to be released. Love you Susan. Marika and friends

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