At the age of 47, Susan Boal made her stage debut at a popular music performance, and her amazing voice won her the respect of the nation. Despite the judges’ initial mockery of her peculiar appearance, Susan’s decision to try out changed the entire competition.
She was transformed magically the moment she began to sing “I Dreamed a Dream” from the Broadway production of “Les Misérables.”Susan won millions of hearts despite finishing in second place, and the entire audience was captivated by her performance.
Susan was known as “Silly Susie” because of her health problems, which included insufficient blood supply to her brain. She was the youngest of nine children, born into a large Scottish family.
Her singing became her comfort, her one constant source of joy in an otherwise difficult life.
Susan had a difficult life because she spent her early years taking care of her sick mother.
Her health problems prevented her from going to school or starting a career.
Susan relied on unemployment benefits while living in her parents’ house until she was 47 years old. Then something miraculous happened to her.
Did you like her performance?