Susan Boyle has advised up-and-coming stars not to succumb to nerves.
Susan Boyle has given advice to aspiring singers.
The star shot to fame when she wowed on TV show Britain’s Got Talent and eventually bagged second place.
Susan has some words of wisdom for those hoping to follow in her footsteps by taking part in a talent show.
“Enjoy every single moment,” she shared when the UK edition of OK! asked what she would tell those with their hearts set on making it in the industry.
“Try not to let the nerves get the better of you, get plenty of rest, practise your act so it’s the best it can be and enjoy it. You never know what might happen, I’m living proof of that!”
Since her Britain’s Got Talent success, Susan has gone on to perform all over the world and meet stars such as Oprah Winfrey and Donny Osmond.
The 52-year-old still worries her fame could go as quickly as it came.
“[Life] has changed for the better without a shadow of a doubt,” she gushed.
“Sometimes I still have to pinch myself that all of this has happened and in such a short space of time. The problem is, and I think many people in my industry can understand this, because everything happened so rapidly, you worry that it will go just as quickly and I don’t want my life now to end. I love singing and performing to fans.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Sunday, 02. June 2013