Fan favorite Susan Boyle did not win on Britain's Got Talent. The internet star finished in second place to dance group "Diversity". According to reports Susan Boyle was involved in two foul-mouthed outbursts and threatened to quit the show after the pressure. Witnesses were shocked when the singer swore after watching PIers Morgan compliment her BGT competition 12 year old Shaheen Jarfargholi. Watch the final performances for Susan Boyle and "Diversity". We liked dance group "Flawless" and their choreography better but "Diversity" won in the year of the Barack Obama phenomenon. Poor little Shaheen sung his heart out and he didn't even place in the top 3. Britain's Got Talent seems to favor dancers to win the show and perform for the Queen. Last year's winner 14 year old George Sampson returned to Britain's Got Talent but his performance wasn't a show stopper like last year.
The Scottish singer is said to have began swearing angrily after Morgan told told 12-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi his had been 'the best singing performance we have heard in the semi-finals so far'.
Watching the show the hotel's bar, Boyle is accused of sticking two fingers up at a television and shouting 'f*** off', before stomping off to her room.
The BGT finalist was involved in an earlier foul-mouthed outburst outside the Wembley Plaza Hotel. Boyle's spokesman said she lost her temper after being 'wound up' by two strangers. Photographs of the singer show her involved in a heated discussion with police officers outside the hotel. [HUFFINGTON POST]
Despite her immense popularity, overwhelming favorite and Internet phenomenon Susan Boyle came in second to dance group Diversity in the "Britain's Got Talent" television contest on Saturday.
Boyle, 48, had been expected to triumph after her performance in April of "I Dreamed a Dream" catapulted her to international superstardom.
She sang the same song in Saturday's final, but rousing though the performance was, it was not enough to trump the outsiders Diversity who won by public vote.
The 10-member troupe from Essex, England and London receives 100,000 pounds ($160,000) and will perform at the Royal Variety Performance in front of the Queen.
Boyle, an unemployed church volunteer who joked she had never been kissed and has been described by newspapers as "frumpy" and a "hairy angel", was the antithesis of what many people believed made a celebrity.
Clips of the April show were downloaded more than 150 million times on the Internet, films crews camped outside her home in a small town in Scotland and tabloid reporters have followed her every move.
Boyle appeared on U.S. chat shows hosted by Oprah Winfrey and Larry King, but it was not enough to win the show. She came second, and saxophonist Julian Smith was third. [LA TIMES]