Susan Boyle recently revealed that she has been taking lockdown very seriously during the Covid pandemic after the Britain’s Got Talent runner-up was forced to shield. It comes after the singer said she was considered high risk due to suffering from Type 2 diabetes.
The singer admitted she’s been trying to stay inside as much as possible apart from the occasional walk for some fresh air.
The 60-year-old has since revealed that fans will get to see her ifor the first time in months for a very special evening in a virtual interview.
The BGT winner will be joining Loose Women panellist Gloria Hunniford for a rare insight into the singer’s life.
Taking to the micro-blogging site, a message was posted in view of Susan’s 33,000 followers.
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It began: “Join Susan Boyle & esteemed broadcast & radio presenter Gloria Hunniford OBE for a very special evening on Thursday, 1st of July, 2021.
“An intimate, rare & virtual interview. All proceeds from ticket sales will be going to @BritishRedCross.”
The intimate evening will be virtual with fans able to purchase tickets online.
The message was also shared on the BGT star’s Instagram account.
The news comes after Susan revealed she has no plans to give up her microphone anytime soon.
Susan Boyle appeared on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009
Susan Boyle shared the news on social media
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The global sensation revealed she doesn’t want to retire and will continue to pursue her music career.
Speaking in a candid interview, Susan commented: “Look at one of my idols Elaine Paige, she’s 73 and still performing. I love what I do and want to keep doing it so long as the public enjoys it.
“I’m going to hang on for dear life to what I do.”
The I Dreamed A Dream singer admitted it had been a quiet year for her due to Covid restrictions.
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“I’ve not been able to do too much. But that will change later, I’m always an optimist,” Susan continued to The Sun.
“I have diabetes so I have tried to stay indoors as much as possible. Catching Covid would not have been a good outcome. I was warned, so I’ve not taken any chances.”
She added: “It’s been tough-going. I’ve had days when I’ve felt low or stuck in a rut, or bored of staring at the same four walls — but everyone’s been in the same boat.”
Susan has enjoyed 12 years of fame after her iconic Britain’s Got Talent audition made her an overnight star.
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Her spine-tingling version of I Dreamed A Dream has been watched over 680 million times on YouTube.
Susan confessed that not being able to perform has been the worst part of lockdown.
She missed singing so much that she resorted to singing to her vocal coach Chris Judge on Zoom.
Susan added: “Being able to sing is the best thing for me mentally and always has been.”
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