About Susan Boyle
Susan Boyle is considered to be as a British sensation. It has been announced that the current estimate of Susan Boyle net worth reaches 18 million dollars. Susan Boyle is a singer from Scotland. She became well known when she appeared in a TV show called “Britain’s Got Talent” and proved that Britain really has talent. Susan Boyle sang the song from “Les Miserables” called “I Dreamed a Dream” and soon became an internationally known sensation. Although her looks were considered somewhat not stage appropriate, since it looked like she did not wear any make up, Susan Boyle’s voice proved that she is a really skillful singer.
In 2009, Susan Boyle released her first album. The album hit the top of various charts all around the world. Sales of it also increased Susan Boyle net worth a lot. Although coming to stage she did not show that she was a stage appropriate person with her thick accent and not much speaking, her mezzo-soprano voice proved that Susan Boyle was a talented woman. Even before she finished singing the song, the audience were standing and clapping for the singer.
However, Susan Boyle did not win “Britain’s Got Talent”. She finished second and the winner of that year’s show became a dancing group called “Diversity”. Nevertheless, some people say that Susan Boyle became more known in the whole world than the winning act.
Talking about Susan Boyle’s debut album, it was called “I Dreamed a Dream”. The album hit the records in the United Kingdom with surpassing the album released by another contestant of the show, Leona Lewis. It has been stated that Susan Boyle made a fortune of 5 million pounds from her debut album, which increased Susan Boyle net worth by a mile.
In 2010, she released her second album called “The Gift” and one year later her third album was released called “Someone to Watch Over Me”. The sales of these albums also increased Susan Boyle net worth a lot. Since her appearance on the show, Susan Boyle has had a lot of performances all across the globe and she even was singing in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant for the Queen, where she was singing a song “Mull of Kintyre”.