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Susan Boyle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Susan Boyle Artwork depicting Susan Boyle Background information Birth name Susan Boyle Born 1 April 1961 (1961-04-01) (age 48) Origin Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland Occupation(s) Unemployed, singer Instrument(s) Vocals Years active 1999, 2009–present Associated acts Britain's Got Talent Susan Boyle (born 1 April 1961) is a Scottish singer and church volunteer who came to public attention when she appeared as a contestant on the third series of Britain's Got Talent. Boyle found fame when she sang "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Misérables in the competition's first round first broadcast in the United Kingdom on 11 April 2009. Before she sang, both the audience and the judges appeared to express scepticism based on her unpolished appearance. In contrast, her vocal performance was so well received that she has been dubbed "The Woman Who Shut Up Simon Cowell". She received a standing ovation from the live audience, and unanimous praise from the judges. The juxtaposition of the reception of her voice with the audience's first impression of her triggered global interest. Articles about her appeared in newspapers all over the world, while the numbers who watched videos of her audition set an online record. Just nine days after her televised debut, videos of her audition, subsequent interviews of her, and her 1999 rendition of "Cry Me a River" had been viewed over 100 million times on the Internet. Cowell is reported to be setting up a contract with Boyle with his Syco Music company label, a subsidiary of Sony Music. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Personal life 1.2 Early singing 2 Britain's Got Talent and its aftermath 2.1 Television performance 2.2 News media 2.3 TV shows 3 The Boyle phenomenon 3.1 Social media 3.2 Social analysis 4 Cultural references 5 References 6 External links Biography Personal life Boyle was born 1 April 1961 in Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland, to Patrick Boyle, a storeman at the British Leyland factory in Bathgate, and Bridget, a shorthand typist, who were both Irish immigrants. The youngest in a family of four brothers and six sisters, Boyle was born when her mother was 47. The birth was difficult, and Boyle was briefly deprived of oxygen. She was diagnosed as having learning difficulties. She was bullied as a child, and was nicknamed "Susie Simple" at school. After leaving school with few qualifications, she was employed for the only time in her life as a trainee cook in the kitchen of West Lothian College for six months, and took part in government training schemes. She would visit the theatre from time to time to listen to professional singers, and performed at a number of local venues. Boyle has never married; her father died in the 1990s, and her siblings had left home, leaving Boyle to look after her ageing mother, who died in 2007 at the age of 91. 227's YouTube BGT-"Natalie Okri" 10 Year Old Singer - Britains Got Talent 2009 Ep 6- http://www.hoops227.atomicshops.com/youtube_natalie_okri_britains_got_talent_2009_Ep_6.html Boyle still lives in the family home, a four-bedroom council house, with her ten-year-old cat, Pebbles. Boyle's devotion to caring for her mother was such that she did not have any time for herself. One neighbour reported that Boyle struggled to cope with the loss of her mother, stating that she "wouldn't come out for three or four days or answer the door or phone". YouTube-Susan Boyle - Memory - Britains Got Talent 2009 HD/HQ
 At the time of her Britain's Got Talent audition, Boyle was unemployed, yet active as a volunteer with the Roman Catholic church of Our Lady of Lourdes in Blackburn. She said during an interview just before she sang on the talent show that she had "never been kissed" but later said "It was just banter and it has been blown way out of proportion." Early singing Boyle took singing lessons from voice coach Fred O'Neil. She attended Edinburgh Acting School, and
Susan Boyle - Les Miserables [HQ] Episode 1 Britains Got Talent 2009!
also took part in the Edinburgh Fringe. The earliest known footage of Boyle's talents comes from her parents' golden wedding party, where at 25 she sang "I Don't Know How to Love Him" from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar. In 1995, she sang the same song in an audition for Michael Barrymore's My Kind of People, which was looking for contestants at the Olympia Shopping Centre in Glasgow. She said she was too nervous to make a good impression, but her brother Gerald believes they rejected her due to her image.  An amateur video shows Barrymore was apparently more interested in mocking her. In 1999 she recorded "Cry Me a River" for a charity CD funded by the local council to commemorate the Millennium. The CD, entitled Music for a Millennium Celebration, Sounds of West Lothian, was produced at a school in Whitburn, West Lothian; only 1,000 copies were pressed. YouTube-Susan Boyle - Semi Final 1 - Britains Got Talent 2009 (HQ)
 In what is the first known review of Boyle's singling ability, a reviewer for the West Lothian Herald & Post wrote at the time, "... the true show-stopper for me is Susan Boyle's heartbreaking rendition of "Cry Me a River", which has been on repeat in my CD player ever since I got this CD..." This recording was released onto the web in the week after 11 April 2009, and gained immediate acclaim, with the New York Post writing that this showed that Boyle was not a "one trick pony" and predicted the original compilation would be a valuable collector's item. Hello! stated that the recording "cement[ed] her status" as a singing star. In 1999, Boyle used "all her savings" to pay for a professionally cut demo tape, which she later sent to record companies, radio talent competitions, local and national TV; Boyle gave away a few copies to her close friends. The demo tape consisted of her versions of "Cry Me a River" and "Killing Me Softly with His Song" and was released onto the Internet after her audition. Boyle won several local singing competitions, and her mother tried to persuade her daughter to enter Britain's Got Talent, urging her to take the risk of singing in front of an audience larger than her parish church. Former coach O'Neil has said Boyle abandoned an audition for The X Factor because she believed people were being chosen for their looks, and that she almost abandoned her plan to enter Britain's Got Talent. O'Neil persuaded her to go to the audition despite her telling him "...she was too old and that it was a young person's game". Boyle said that it was her mother's death which motivated her to go on Britain's Got Talent and seek a musical career to pay tribute to her mother. Her performance on the show was the first time she had sung in public since then. Britain's Got Talent and its aftermath Television performance In August 2008, Boyle applied for an audition for Britain's Got Talent, and was accepted after a preliminary audition. Boyle performed a rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Misérables in the first round of the third series of Britain's Got Talent, which was watched by over 10 million viewers when it aired on 11 April 2009. This performance was widely reported, and tens of millions of people viewed a video of her singing on YouTube. The strength of this reaction reportedly shocked and amazed Boyle. Boyle is well aware that the audience on Britain's Got Talent was initially hostile to her because of her appearance, but she has refused to change her image: “ I know what they were thinking, but why should it matter as long as I can sing? It’s not a beauty contest. ” —Susan Boyle, The Sunday Times When Boyle first appeared on Britain's Got Talent, she said that she aspired to become a musical theatre singer "as successful as" Elaine Paige. Since the appearance, Paige has expressed interest in singing a duet with Boyle, and has called her "a role model for everyone who has a dream". Cameron Mackintosh, the producer of the Les Misérables musical, also praised the performance, as "heart-touching, thrilling and uplifting". News media Many British newspapers carried articles on Boyle's performance and subsequent Internet coverage. The Sun writer Colin Robertson gave her the nickname "Paula Potts" in reference to the contest's Series one winner, the opera singer Paul Potts. In the U.S., several commentators also drew parallels between Boyle's performance and that of Paul Potts, an unexpected Britain's Got Talent success story; Forbes magazine predicted Boyle could follow in Potts' footsteps and enjoy a successful and profitable career. ABC News hailed "Britain's newest pop sensation", and its Entertainment section headlined Boyle as "The Woman Who Shut Up Simon Cowell." International news outlets also carried stories on her, including among others, The Times of India, Germany's Der Spiegel, China's Xinhua News Agency, Brazil's Zero Hora, Israel's Ynet, and the Arabic-language Al Arabiya. TV shows Within the week following her performance on Britain's Got Talent, Boyle was a guest on STV's The Five Thirty Show. She was interviewed via satellite on CBS's Early Show, ABC's Good Morning America, and NBC's Today, and via a telephone interview on FOX's America's Newsroom. Simon Cowell revealed that Boyle had received an invitation to appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Boyle also appeared via satellite on CNN's Larry King Live during which fellow guest Piers Morgan apologised to her for not giving her "anything like the respect" she deserved when she walked out on the BGT stage. Boyle performed an a cappella verse of "My Heart Will Go On" on King's show which stunned Morgan. The Boyle phenomenon “ Modern society is too quick to judge people on their appearances. [...] There is not much you can do about it; it is the way they think; it is the way they are. But maybe this could teach them a lesson, or set an example. ” —Susan Boyle,The Washington Post Social media Web technology such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter have been critical in facilitating Boyle's rapid rise to fame: The most popular YouTube video submission of her audition garnered nearly 2.5 million views in the first 72 hours. On the day following the performance, the YouTube video was the most popular article on Digg. The same video was judged so popular on Reddit that it was put on the site's main page. Within a week, the audition performance had been viewed more than 66 million times, setting an online record, while on Wikipedia her biographical article attracted nearly half a million page views. A total of 125 million video views on 20 different websites was reached within nine days. The Los Angeles Times wrote that her popularity on YouTube may in part be due to the broad range of emotion packed into a short clip which was "perfect for the Internet". Social analysis Boyle's sudden fame has drawn much commentary on why this story was so widely reported and what it implies, while others drew moral lessons from people's reactions to her performance. For instance, writing in The Herald, Collette Douglas-Home described Boyle's story as a modern parable and a rebuke to people's tendency to judge others based on their physical appearance. Similarly, Lisa Schwarzbaum, in an article in Entertainment Weekly, said that Boyle's performance was particularly moving as it was a victory for talent and artistry in a culture obsessed with physical attractiveness and presentation. A judge of the contest, actress Amanda Holden remarked after Boyle's performance that everybody had been very cynical, but had received "the biggest wake-up call ever" on hearing her sing. Echoing Holden's comments, The Washington Post's Jeanne McManus said that one of the main sources of drama in talent shows was the collision between performers' sometimes exaggerated sense of self-worth and the opinions and reactions of their audience. In Boyle's case, McManus believed that her initial demeanour and homely appearance caused the judges and audience to be "waiting for her to squawk like a duck". Indeed, New York's Daily News said that it was this stark contrast between the audience's low expectations and the quality of her singing that made Boyle's performance such an engaging piece of television. This article also noted that the idea of an underdog being ridiculed or humiliated but then enjoying an unexpected triumph is a common trope in literature and that this is why, when this theme made its unscripted appearance in reality television, it created an enduring and powerful effect. On the other hand, although this audience reaction was unscripted, it may have been anticipated. Mark Blankenship of the The Huffington Post noted that the producers of the show would have been aware of the potential of this story arc, by deliberately presenting Boyle in a manner that would enhance this initial reaction. He does note, however, that "as fabricated as it is, her on-camera arc is undeniably moving". The fact that Boyle is in her forties has also been cited as contributing to this strong emotional impact. In another Huffington Post article, Letty Cottin Pogrebin wrote that although people may "weep for the years of wasted talent", Boyle's performance was a triumph for "women of a certain age" over a youth culture that often dismisses middle-aged women. Tanya Gold wrote in The Guardian that the difference between Boyle's hostile reception and the more neutral response to Paul Potts in his first audition reflected society's expectation that women be both good-looking and talented, with no such expectation existing for men. In a similar vein, Mary Elizabeth Williams wrote on Salon.com that Boyle's sudden fame came from her ability to remind her audience that, like them, she was a normal, flawed and vulnerable person, familiar with disappointment and mockery, but who nevertheless has the determination to fight for her dream. R.M. Campbell, music critic for The Gathering Note compared her to Ella Fitzgerald, in that "[... it's] really, really hard to make a career if a woman isn't attractive. [...] The very fact that she is ordinary could help in improving her future success." Los Angeles vocal coach Eric Vetro stated "She's an everywoman as opposed to an untouchable fantasy goddess, so maybe that's why people react to her. [...] They say, 'She's one of us, but look how talented she is.'" Several media sources have commented that Boyle's success seemed to have particular resonance in the United States of America. A U.S. entertainment correspondent was quoted in The Scotsman comparing Boyle's story to the American Dream, as representing talent overcoming adversity and poverty. The Associated Press described this as Boyle's "hardscrabble story", dwelling on her modest lifestyle and what they saw as urban deprivation in her home town. Similarly, The Independent New York correspondent David Usborne wrote that America is a country that will always respond to "the fairy tale where the apparently unprepossessing suddenly becomes pretty, from Shrek to My Fair Lady". Piers Morgan, one of the show's judges, also commented on the unusual power this story seemed to have in the US, noting that "Americans can be very moved by this sort of thing", and likening Boyle's rise to fame from poverty and obscurity to that of the fictional boxer Rocky Balboa. Cultural references Boyle's phenomenal Internet success and her appeal in reaching out to millions of people across the world, has meant that, she has become a cultural icon in a relatively short time. For instance, Boyle's rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream" has been credited with causing a surge in ticket sales in the Vancouver production of Les Misérables . Boyle has also been portrayed humorously (in drag) by American comedian Jay Leno, who jokingly claimed that they were related through his mother's Scottish heritage. The American cartoon show South Park made a reference to Susan Boyle in the episode "Fatbeard", which aired on 22 April 2009. Boyle's name was mentioned in Ike's farewell letter to his parents, saying "...if one more person talked to me about that Susan Boyle performance of Les Misérables I was going to puke my balls out through my mouth." 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See templates for deletion to help reach a consensus. › [show]v • d • eSusan Boyle Studio albums TBA Songs "I Dreamed a Dream" · "Cry Me A River" · "Killing Me Softly With His Song" Related articles Britain's Got Talent [show]v • d • eBritain's Got Talent Series 1 · 2 · 3 Hosts Ant & Dec · Stephen Mulhern Judges Simon Cowell · Piers Morgan · Amanda Holden · Kelly Brook Winners Paul Potts · George Sampson Runners-up Damon Scott · Signature Notable contestants Connie Talbot · The Bar Wizards · Escala · Kate and Gin · Andrew Johnston · Faryl Smith · Susan Boyle Host and judge names shown in italics are no longer a part of the show. Persondata NAME Boyle, Susan ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION Singer DATE OF BIRTH 1 April 1961 PLACE OF BIRTH Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susan_Boyle" Categories: Living people | 1961 births | Britain's Got Talent contestants | Internet memes | Torch singers | People from Blackburn, West Lothian | Scottish female singers | Scottish Roman Catholics | Scots of Irish descent
I Dreamed a Dream "I Dreamed a Dream" is a renowned solo sung by Fantine during the first act. Most of the music is soft and melancholy, but towards the end becomes louder and taut with frustration and anguish; as she cries aloud about the wretched state of her life and her unfair mistreatment. Overview The lyrics are about lost innocence and broken dreams. Fantine is abandoned by her lover, gives birth to a daughter, Cosette, out of wedlock, is wrongly dismissed from a desperately-needed job, and forced into prostitution to survive and to support her daughter. It is sung directly after "At the End of the Day". Relation to "On My Own" Both the plot and music to "I Dreamed a Dream" bears a close resemblance to "On My Own", a solo sung by Éponine in Act II of the play. The two can in many ways be considered reprises of each other. Some notable relations include: "I Dreamed a Dream" starts in Eb Major, then E Minor, then F Major - "On My Own" starts in D Major, moving to Bb Major, and ending in F Major. "I Dreamed a Dream,” outlines unfairness and woe in Fantine's life, the second half dedicated to her former male partner, who deserted her after the conception of Cosette. In "On My Own," Éponine outlines her desire to be with the character Marius, and (similarly to Fantine), dreams and imagines him by her side. Near the one-minute mark (slightly after in "I Dreamed a Dream"), the final key signature change is made and the music and singing grows louder and more intense, as is done in On My Own. When Éponine sings her solo, it is the same tune as "Come to Me" also sang by Fantine. Similarly, the duet between Cosette and Marius in "One Day More" is the same tune as Fantine's "I Dreamed a Dream", though higher/lower in pitch and accented differently: their words are of happiness, a great contrast to Éponine and Fantine. French Versions 1980 Original French Version - This song is known as J'avais rêvé d'une autre vie (I Dreamed of Another Life). 1991 Parisian Revival Version - This song is known as J'avais rêvé (I Dreamed).
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Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte - Bobby Lutz Dayton - Brian Gregory Duquesne - Ron Everhart Fordham - Dereck Whittenburg George Washington - Karl Hobbs La Salle - John Giannini Rhode Island - Jim Baron Richmond - Chris Mooney St. Bonaventure - Mark Schmidt Saint Joseph's - Phil Martelli Saint Louis - Rick Majerus Temple - Fran Dunphy UMass - Derek Kellogg Xavier - Sean Miller 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic 10 Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
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