Susan Boyle has admitted that she's still lonely despite two and a half years that's seen her shoot to fame following her success on UK reality competition 'Britain's Got Talent'. Boyle came second in the 2009 competition but went on to release 'I Dreamed A Dream', an album that topped the UK charts, outselling the rest of the top five combined, before going on to sell more than 9 million copies worldwide. She returns this month with new record 'Someone To Watch Over Me'.
The UK's Daily Star reports that, in anticipation of the new LP, a documentary titled 'Susan Boyle: An Unlikely Superstar' is to be shown on British network Itv this Friday (November 4th 2011) during which the singer admits her seclusion, saying "Am I lonely? I would be lying if I said otherwise. I often say how lonely I am. You feel it sometimes at night. You just hope the job that you've got wins you new friends and maybe one day that vital person," going on to add "he would have to be kind, loving and maybe someone who could keep me calm. Someone special. Someone extra special. There's plenty of time."
In other information to be garnered from the documentary, the 50 year-old also reportedly admits that she's "ashamed" by her temper tantrums - though insists she's working hard to eliminate them - "I'm getting a wee bit older now and I'm more used to it," she insisted, "you get nothing done by shouting and bawling. I'm not proud of it but I was known as the Miss Piggy of temper."