Susan Boyle reveals she had a minor stroke during return to ‘Britain’s Got Talent’

Susan Boyle made a comeback to the stage that brought her fame 14 years ago and revealed some news. The Scottish vocalist sang alongside the West End cast of “Les Misérables!” during the finale of “Britain’s Got Talent.” Following her performance, she was questioned about her emotions on returning to the show where she first gained recognition in 2009 by singing “I Dreamed a Dream” from “Les Misérables!”

Boyle revealed that she had actually suffered a minor stroke in 2019 while returning to the show for a champions edition.

She explained that she had been feeling unwell and struggling to breathe before collapsing in her hotel room. She was rushed to the hospital where she was diagnosed with a minor stroke.

Despite the setback, Boyle was able to recover quickly and continue with the show. However, she did take some time off afterward to rest and recuperate.

Boyle’s return to the “Britain’s Got Talent” stage was met with great enthusiasm from fans and judges alike. Her powerful voice and emotional performance were once again on full display, reminding everyone why she became a household name over a decade ago.

It’s clear that Boyle is still going strong and has no plans to slow down anytime soon. Her resilience and determination are an inspiration to us all.

Ahmed Elhamshary
By : Ahmed Elhamshary
Ahmed Elhamshary is professional journalist and editor scine 2018 , graduated from tanta University in the Department of Journalism I write in several fields work - entertainment - sports - health - science

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