Susan Boyle delights the internet with her first ever TikTok video
Susan Boyle has made an incredibly hilarious debut to social media app Tiktok, where she was shown displaying her amazing dance moves with friends.
The 59-year-old Britain's Got Talent star took part in a socially distanced dance accompanied by her personal assistant Geraldine and vocal coach Chris Judge.
The group boogied to the song Laxed Siren Beat by Jawsh 685 and the video was uploaded to the account of Gez Rae.
The Scottish singer revealed in February she’s actually been trying to add another talent under her belt by taking dancing lessons
"Someone suggested I would be good on Strictly Come Dancing," she told The Sun.
"Yeah, I would like that. I've got some moves. I've been taking dance lessons."
The Scottish singer, who rose to fame on the third series of Britain's Got Talent in 2009 with her stunning rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables, told to A Current Affair's Tracy Grimshaw that there's still plenty of things on her bucket list for her to tick off and make sure come to fruition.
"My bucket list? One is to ride a bike — I got my very first bike, never had a bike when I was a kid," Boyle said to Grimshaw. "And I've got my professional licence, I've learned how to drive."View this post on Instagram
Boyle also admitted in the same interview that being pushed into international fame so suddenly back in 2012, was simply too much for her to handle at the time.
She says three years after the show, she was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome which came as a “relief” to her.
"That was just a relief for me, though, because for years I thought I had something a bit more serious, you know? So that took it off my shoulders a bit," Boyle said, explaining that she had previously thought she had "quite serious brain damage."View this post on Instagram
"[With] Asperger's, you just have to make people aware that sometimes you have to go at a certain pace, don't be too bombarded with things. At the very beginning I was too bombarded," she recalled.
"I just want to keep going. I just want to keep entertaining people, making albums, touring. I'm as happy as anything."
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