Susan Boyle Got A Little Makeover (Sort Of)

August 5, 2009 / Posted by:

Everyone’s favorite cat lady with a voice like a magical hummingbird got a tiny little makeover for a spread in Harper’s Bazaar. This was Susan Boyle’s first big interview with a magazine and she didn’t mind getting make-up slathered on her voice or fancy clothes thrown on her body. But Susan said she’s not going to go on the HoHan diet or get a blonde weave nest glued to her head anytime soon. Susan said, “Maybe I’ll consider a makeover later on. For now I’m happy the way I am — short and plump. I would not go in for Botox or anything like that. I’m content with the way I look. What’s wrong with looking like Susan Boyle? What’s the matter with that?

Absolutely nothing! And I can see that Susan spent a little more time with the tweezer. While I was a fan of her woolly mammoth brows, I am glad that she realized how important eyebrow care is. It’s important!

Susan also she was a little shocked after becoming the Queen of YouTube for a minute, “YouTube? What’s that? A tube of candy? I don’t think so! That was a shock. The YouTube thing was like a demolition ball. “It was just overwhelming — to find TV stations camped outside your door and the phone ringing 24 hours a day,” continues the singer, who briefly checked into a clinic in London after losing the show. “It was good. But overwhelming. It was too big for anyone to handle.

Susan’s comment on YouTube reminds my ass of what my mother said the first time we talked about that shit. I was telling her about something I saw on YouTube and she said, “YouTube?! Is that some kind of sex thing?!

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