Her life during seven weeks preparing for 'Someone to Watch Over Me' is captured in a documentary from an award-winning director.
The fascination on Susan Boyle will continue in a documentary titled "Susan Boyle: An Unlikely Superstar". Per THR, TLC has picked up the rights to the one-hour program from "My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding" director Osca Humphreys.
The documentary about the "Britain's Got Talent" sensation will debut on November 6 at 8 P.M. It follows the seven weeks of Boyle preparing for her third album. It includes the footage of her touring around the world, recording in the studio and coming home to her home in Scotland. There will also be interviews with her close friends and associates, including Simon Cowell.
Boyle's third album is titled "Someone to Watch Over Me". In an interview, Boyle said, "The album itself was like a journey of self-discovery. It takes you on the emotional roller-coaster of life. I only wish I had the time to respond to each and every letter. One thing that struck me was that it was folk of all ages who wrote, from 20 to 90 years of age and each letter was an inspiring insight into the lives of these people. The music on this album reflects the sadness, happiness and immense bravery of these people."