Susan Boyle makes a U-turn on her Piers Morgan obsession, claiming she’s never heard of him.
PIERS MORGAN joked that he was “devastated” to learn that Susan Boyle no longer likes him.
Susan Boyle, 60, stunned the country and the judges on Britain’s Got Talent when she belted out I Dreamed a Dream at her audition in 2009. Because she made a series of jokes before singing, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, and Piers Morgan initially mistook her for a stand-up comedian.
She quickly became a worldwide phenomenon and went on to win the competition in a nail-biting final against the dance group Diversity.
The musician keeps a quiet profile these days, but he returned to Heart Radio today for a new interview.
Susan was asked if she still has a love on Piers during her discussion with Amanda and Jamie Theakston, to which she responded, “Who?”
“I’m happy to say she’s over it,” Amanda, the host, added.
‘They’ve had their fill of oxygen!’ Joan Collins slams Harry and Meghan. “I admire him, but I don’t fancy him,” the singer continued. Piers was drawn to the clip after Heart Radio shared it on their Twitter feed.
“On Heart Breakfast this morning in Glasgow, the one and only @SusanBoyle stopped in to surprise @AmandaHolden and @JamieTheakston!” they posted.
@piersmorgan, I’m sorry, but it seems like she’s finally over you.”
“Crushing,” the journalist wrote on Twitter after sharing the footage with his eight million followers.
“She dreamed the dream with you @piersmorgan,” Twitter user Mark said, “but I’m sure many of other men and women wouldn’t mind your company.”
“Hang in there, Piers,” Ronny Kroep remarked, “it must be horrible to hear this on the radio.”
“The one who got away,” Kev joked.
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“Oh Piersy, Piersy baby,” she said in an interview with The Sun.
“He’s been quite helpful to me, and I’ve always wanted to meet up with him and express my gratitude.”
“He was incredibly good, and he had a great sense of comedy.”
She said she was open to finding a companion after divorcing with a doctor she had been dating in the same year.
“If I had a man friend, it would be totally platonic -. “Brinkwire Summary News,” she told The Lady magazine.