Susan Boyle Survives The Mania To Live A Life Outside The Book
SUSAN Boyle remains impervious to the Americanisation process. Her chest, teeth and skin tones are her own. She is just a human being, of course. But when she burst onto the scene, Boyle was a symbol of God’s love. Boyle was signing copies of her book The Woman I Was Born To Be in Glasgow’s St Enoch’s Centre today.
But back then, Boyle was the antidote to the vanity of our age. She as an angel, whose looks were a totem to feminists who desperate for an argument saw in a face a sign that women could now be “ugly” and accepted.
The face-frozen Amanda Holden actually opens her mouth reduced Boyle to a physical specimen top gawp at:
“I won’t let Simon Cowell take her to his dentist and I certainly won’t let her near his hairdresser. She needs to stay exactly as she is because that’s the reason we love her.”
Somehow Susan Boyle survived…