The Dream is Over, Susan Boyle Comes in Second in “Britain’s Got Talent” Finals … BRITAIN YOU GOT IT WRONG!
Susan Boyle might have finished second in Britain’s Got Talent show, but make no mistake about it, Susan Boyle was the real winner.
Susan Boyle’s Dream has come to a second place ending. The You Tube sensation that has collectively had her amazing vocals viewed over 100 million times has come in second in the finals of “Britain’s Got Talent”.
Sorry to the voters who had Susan Boyle come in second … She was the best and everyone knows it. All you had to do is listen to the judges to know who was #1.
See her Finals performance below.
Susan Boyle had to put up with critics and the nay sayers in the media who trying to build people up so that they can tear them down. Instead of fulfilling the fairy tale dream, Susan Boyle comes in second to an exuberant dance troupe called “Diversity” who took the 100,000-pound ($159,000) first place prize and will perform for Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Variety Show.
This is what Susan Boyle lost to …Diversity. What a shock, Boyle loses to a PC group like this. LOL, Diversity was a cross between, 1980’s Styx Mr Roboto, Breakin 2, Stomp and the choreography from the cheer leading movie, Bring It On. What makes their victory even more questionable was that there was another dance act, Flawless, that was just as good. Sorry folks there was nothing like Susan Boyle in this final and nothing that even compared to the talent it takes to sing like Susan Boyle. One does not wow the world and finish second … BRITAIN YOU GOT IT WRONG!
“The best people won,” Boyle said. “They’re very entertaining. Lads, I wish you all the best.”
Boyle then curtsied several times to the audience, gave them her signature shimmy, and strolled offstage.
It had been a tumultuous week for Boyle, a woman previously unused to the limelight. She lost her cool during a confrontation with two reporters, and the police intervened. One contest judge said Boyle had contemplated pulling out of the competition to soothe her frazzled nerves.
But when she stepped into the spotlight Saturday, Boyle seemed more polished — and animated — than in previous appearances.
See the song, I Dream the Dream from Les Miserables, that started the Susan Boyle sensation. It was not Susan Boyle who killed the dream, it was the pressure and the bull $#&t from a hateful and resentful media who enjoys and revels in others failure. Susan Boyle is not a seasoned celebrity. She is a simple woman with a simple life with a fantastic voice. Susan, you are the winner in my book.
Click on picture for VIDEO
I dreamed a dream in time gone by,
When hope was high and life, worth living.
I dreamed that love would never die,
I dreamed that God would be forgiving.
Then I was young and unafraid,
And dreams were made and used and wasted.
There was no ransom to be paid,
No song unsung, no wine, untasted.
I had a dream my life would be
So different from this hell I’m living,
So different now from what it seemed…
Now life has killed the dream I dreamed…