Sábado, 18 de Abril de 2009

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Desculpem mas ainda estou a digerir o caso Susan Boyle. E quanto mais sei sobre ela mais me comovo. Já tem uma entrada na wikipedia.

"Boyle is the youngest of nine children and lives in Blackburn with her ten-year-old cat, Pebbles. Boyle suffered oxygen deprivation during birth, resulting in learning disabilities. Her classmates teased her because of this and her appearance. Oxygen deprivation is a rare complication of childbirth, but is associated with both developmental delays and an increased risk of cerebral palsy.
Early on she received some professional voice training in Livingston, Scotland. She stopped her pursuit of singing to look after her sick mother, who died in 2007 at the age of 91. Her performance in the regional finals of Britain’s Got Talent was the first time Boyle had sung after her mother's death. Boyle stated in The Washington Post that she entered the contest at the behest of her late mother, who urged her to "take the risk" of singing in front of an audience larger than her parish church. She is unmarried and currently unemployed. During her audition video she said she had "never been kissed.", although she later clarified that this had been a joke. She aspires to become a musical theatre singer in the vein of Elaine Paige

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, on 11 April 2009. This performance was widely reported and a video of her singing was viewed by tens of millions of people on the website YouTube. Boyle was reportedly shocked and amazed by the strength of this reaction."
publicado por Rui Correia às 00:34
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De Fbio a 19 de Abril de 2009 às 22:28
Adorei e partilho a mesma opinião contigo.
De Rui a 19 de Abril de 2009 às 12:23
podjicrê
De rita a 19 de Abril de 2009 às 08:08
Obrigada Susan. Beijo para ti, Rui.

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