Written by Lady Godiva

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

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Today Susan Boyle sat down for a cozy, low-key interview with me. It was a pleasant time spent chatting over tea and cream cakes. Here are the highlights of the interview.

First we started by talking about the latest issue, her brothers' interference with her career.

Susan: Och, A am fair mad at the pair o' lummoxes. They bossed me about when I was wee. That's when they weren't ignoring me.

As for them bein' afeared o' the folk lookin' out fer me noo. They've no need ta worry. Am as happy as a pig in sh*t. Oops! Pardon the wee slip there! (giggle - followed by Subo-wiggle)

Lady G: Are you still planning on opening the Fish 'n' Chip shop next to Harrods Susan?

Susan: Fer sure. Whyever no'. Everyone likes a wee fish supper after a day's shoppin' and if it's true tha' the Red Scarf Brigade ARE buying Harrods, then A am planning on havin' a licenced Fish 'n' Chip shop, because after being around those fanatics, shoppers'll be needing a stiff wee drink afterwards.

Lady G: I know what you mean Susan.
Do you have any plans for a holiday in the not too distant future.?

Susan: Yes, A do but Am keeping it a wee secret else I'll find a'll get nae peace.

Lady G: You do right Susan. I'm looking forward to your 2nd CD.

The interview ended when we heard knocking at the door and women with American accents screaming "We love you Susan! Let us in or we'll die!".

Susan was led safely out of a back door to her waiting taxi

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