Susan Boyle announces first tour

Singer Susan Boyle has announced her first tour. She says a seven-night stint in Scotland will be a "thank you" to her home country.

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Susan Boyle receives honorary doctorate

Singing sensation Susan Boyle, who sprang to fame on Britain's Got Talent, is given an honorary doctorate for her musical contribution.

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Susan Boyle to carry Commonwealth Games baton

Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle to carry Games baton.
Britain's Got Talent star Susan Boyle to carry Games baton. Credit: PA

Singer Susan Boyle will carry the Queen's baton on one of the stages of its journey around the Commonwealth Games' host city today, the day before its Opening Ceremony.

The baton will set off from the Riverside Museum and will visit landmarks around the west end of Glasgow including Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

Britain's Got Talent star Boyle will carry the baton at Yorkhill Royal Hospital for Sick Children this morning.

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Susan Boyle to headline Jubilee Pageant

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Susan Boyle to headline Jubilee Pageant Credit: Talkback Thames

More details have been announced about one of the biggest shows celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

Susan Boyle will headline the Pageant in June which will also feature more than 1000 performers and 500 horses.

The event at Windsor Castle will also feature a host of other famous faces including Dame Helen Mirren who won an Oscar for her portrayal of the Queen.

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Standing ovation for Susan Boyle musical

Susan Boyle Credit: PA

Susan Boyle gets a standing ovation on the opening night of a musical about her life.

The singer was in Newcastle, along with fans from around the world, for I Dreamed A Dream.

It charts her life, from her childhood as part of a large family in West Lothian in Scotland to the moment she shot to stardom on ITV's Britain's Got Talent.

Duck! It's hole in my windscreen

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A driver 'cracked' his windscreen with a Susan Boyle CD. Credit: Reuters

Snowballs, suicidal ducks and Susan Boyle CDs have all been blamed for damage to cars.

In the duck incident, a mallard flew clean through the windscreen of a woman's car, the Autoglass company reported.

The company was also called out last year to a driver who needed assistance after reporting he had cracked his windscreen using a Susan Boyle CD to scrape away ice.

In another case, a woman complained that "an evil pheasant" had stalked her and attacked her husband's car, while another driver needed help after accidentally firing his shotgun inside his vehicle.

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