Susan Boyle: "I'm not a diva"
Scottish singer Susan Boyle insists she'd "never be a diva".
The songstress rose to fame after appearing on Britain's Got Talent in 2009 and has since been dogged by rumours of difficult and demanding behaviour.
However Boyle denied such claims: “I would never be a diva. That would be unfair on other people. I always just go with the flow!”
Boyle's most recent album 'Standing Ovation: The Greatest Songs from the Stage' features classic songs including 'Memory', however the star is thinking of another musical direction in the future.
She told OK! magazine: “I would love to do a bit of jazz music. Maybe for the next album? We will have to wait and see. It’s something I’ve always been thinking about, but I keep putting the idea aside. I like to vary my sound. I really like Ella Fitzgerald. My favourite jazz song is God Bless The Child [by Billie Holiday]. Maybe I could do that.”
Watch Boyle talk about her latest album here:
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