Singing sensation Susan Boyle arrived in Los Angeles yesterday wearing a white blouse set off by a burgundy scarf and was mobbed by adoring fans shouting her name. She came to the U.S. for the first time to appear on the America’s Got Talent finale this week. Word has it she’s set to give her most rocking performance yet when she premieres the Rolling Stone’s classic rock ballad “Wild Horses” in front of 20 million viewers.
The song will also be the premiere single from her debut album, I Dreamed a Dream, set to be released November 23, 2009. Simon Cowell is reportedly a very happy man right now, as his own label, SyCo, will be launching the 48-year-old Scottish music queen’s debut CD.
Photo of Susan Boyle pulling into LAX September 12, 2009 to appear on this week's America's Got Talent
“Wild Horses” is a track from the Rolling Stones’ 1971 best-selling album Sticky Fingers, one of the greatest recordings of all time. Although it’s not even finished yet, Susan’s new album is reportedly already becoming a best seller, leading the pre-sales chart on various online shops.
Photo of Susan Boyle waving to the crowd yesterday during her walk from the plane to her car
Reports vary about how “Wild Horses” got out. Some say it was leaked, while others claim it was released on purpose. In any case, it’s all over the Internet, although it is being deleted nearly as fast as it's posted. If our video doesn't load, click on this link: Wild Horses to hear it on Windows Media. We like to keep our asses covered.
Towlroad.com's take on what the cover of Susan Boyle's new single "Wild Horses" should look like. Cool, huh?
Exclusive video! Susan Boyle Arrived in America yesterday, September 12, 2009, for her appearance this week on America’s Got Talent. She was mobbed by paparazzi and fans on the way out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) as she worked her way to her car. Watch the video now:
Listen to Susan Boyle from Britain’s Got Talent performing the new single “Wild Horses” from her upcoming album, I Dreamed a Dream, on this “World Exclusive” video. Should it not load, click here to listen to it on Windows Media:
Susan Boyle sings Cry Me a River on a 1999
Listen to this video of a 10 minute medley of three Susan Boyle tracks including "I Dreamed A Dream," "Cry Me A River" and "Killing Me Softly":
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