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Who’s crying now? Not Susan Boyle.

posted by jmcgee

She was up at the crack of dawn to sing for the crowd at the TODAY show. It was a chilly November morning, but this performance could make you melt.  Behold: Susan Boyle’s gorgeous interp of “Cry Me A River.”



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CzechLadyUSA

posted November 29, 2009 at 1:37 pm


Susan Boyle has a amazing voice!!! She is a down-to-earth humble person that so many people can relate to. She is well deserving of all the good that life has to offer. She spent many years caring for her parents and now has the opportunity to share her incredible talent with us. God Bless her for having the courage to enter BGT and show the world her talent.



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