Make us your home page

Susan Boyle rants, raves, loses her temper

Tbd-susanboyle052909 It was only a matter of time before the newfound fame thrust upon 48-year-old Susan Boyle got to her, and now the Sun is saying the Britain's Got Talent phenom has dared uses naughty swears in public. How dare she!

Cops apparently got in the mix at a London hotel on Wednesday when a couple people decided to rile up Boyle by saying something no one seemed to hear. But they did hear her shout, "How f---ing dare you! You can't f---ing talk to me like that." And after a bobby asked if there's a problem, she shouted "Of course there's a f---ing problem" before walking out.

She talked to cops for several minutes out in the hotel's garage, but this is on the heels of an episode Tuesday, in which she apparently got angry after judge Piers Morgan lauded 12-year-old Talent rival Shaheen Jafargholi.

"I think that, pound for pound, that was the best singing performance we've seen so far," Morgan said. Susan, who was watching at the same hotel's bar, shouted "f--- off" and shot the screen a "V," which, for our readers who aren't anglophiles, is on par with the ol' dirty bird.

Morgan defended Boyle on The Daily Beast, saying reports have been "massively exaggerated." and no, really, she's nice.

“My heart absolutely bleeds for the poor woman,” Morgan writes. “Becoming the biggest star on the planet so fast is a scary, unsettling, upsetting thing, as Susan has discovered. Let the increasingly unpleasant bitching and carping stop, right now. Please. She doesn’t deserve it.”

But this is no surprise to Susan's neighbors, though. They say she has quite the temper, earning her the hometown nickname of Rambo.

 "It's not unusual to see her freak out over the smallest thing," one source said. "A few of us think it's only a matter of time before she loses it on the show."

Don't worry, we'll definitely tune in for that moment. We blame being around Simon Cowell all the time.

[Photo: Getty Images]

[Last modified: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 10:38am]


Join the discussion: Click to view comments, add yours