The 'Britain's Got Talent' contestant has sold 14 millions of her debut album 'I Dreamed a Dream' within 14 months.
Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle has a new honor to add to her collection - she's been named Sony's highest-selling international artist. The star shot to fame on U.K. TV show "Britain's Got Talent" almost two years ago and has sold 14 million albums globally since the release of her debut, "I Dreamed a Dream", in November, 2009.
Boyle has now been named among Sony Music's top-sellers and she is delighted with her latest accomplishment. She tells Britain's The Sun, "Words can't describe how happy I am. I've loved every minute and I can't wait to get back in the studio again and for all the other exciting projects in 2011."
"BGT" judge Amanda Holden said it would be hard to find someone like Boyle again. "That moment will never, ever happen again in the history of television," she said.