Mightylikely commented on May 10, 2009
Susan's not at all hard on the eyes, either way. It is clear that her fans like to look at her as well as hear her or there wouldn't be so many photo collections and graphic art going on. She has a very expressive face and is a natural in front of the camera despite her shyness. We like to watch Susan as well as to hear Susan sing, so clearly the cover of the book appeals to us as well as what is inside.
icurhuman2 commented on May 05, 2009
I doubt that many of Susan Boyle's sudden fan base would care one whit what she does with her appearance, or anything else she might wish to change. This lady was a charity worker who was left alone at home with only a beloved cat for company when her elderly mum she cared for shed her mortal coils - she's one of society's unsung heroes. Now that she can write her own story, with a mile of adoring admirers behind her, lets see what she comes up with. I'll personally cheer her along no matter what direction she takes, she deserves it! Less charitable people than Susan should be more charitable about Susan and her personal decsions!
Eloise commented on May 04, 2009
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Susan aspires to be a professional singer. Emphasis on "professional." ANYONE who aspires to be ANY kind of professional wants to look the part. Susan is no different. Those who bemoan the changes (including picture-perfect celebrities like a a couple of the BGT judges) seem to want to keep thinking of Susan as a "Frizzy-Haired Woman With Big Eyebrows Sings like an Angel" novelty act. Well, get over it, folks. Susan Boyle is no novelty act.
Cookiezzz commented on May 03, 2009
"" Susan is all NATURAL without all the bells and whistles. I don't feel that a new hairdo and clothes is a makeover. It's her prerogative. Are we going to start suppressing her choice of expression by telling her how she should live and what she should wear? She is a performer at heart. Nothing will ever affect her heart and her ability to sing. Cheers Susan. Keep it real. And buy another pair of new shoes if you LIKE!!!!!"
Cookiezzz commented on May 03, 2009
""Susan is the peoples choice, and is a winner. She has paid her dues and is beating the odds. She deserves her recognition. She is all NATURAL without all the bells and whistles. I don't feel that a new hairdo and clothes is a makeover. It's really her prerogative. Are we going to start suppressing her choice of expression by telling her how she could live and what she should wear? She is a performer at heart. Nothing will never affect her heart and her ability to sing. Welcome the new kid (Susan) on the real block. Cheers Susan. Keep it real. And buy another pair of new shoes if you LIKE!!!!!
songbirdwatcher commented on May 02, 2009
THE WORLD HAS FORGOTTON WHAT NATURAL IS!, THEY HAVE BECOME USE TO PLASTIC EVERYTHING!. SUSAN BOYLE IS REFRESHINGLY NATURAL.I THINK SUSAN KNOWS WHAT IS REALLY IMPORTANT IN LIFE, AND IT SHOWS UP IN HER SINGING!, I SURE HOPE SHE WINS!
ac commented on May 02, 2009
Wow, she just looks groomed just like those of us to take care of ourselves. It is basic maintenance! She decided to look the part because she did not like what she looked like after she saw herself on TV for the first time.
dancinbootz commented on May 02, 2009
she looks fine - we all seem to judge people by their looks (which is sad) - how many other folks out there have wonderful gifts that we may never know about - susan's singing always brings me to tears - susan, you rock !!
Big B commented on May 02, 2009
It is the world that needs a big makeover not Susan !
Bohemian Spirit commented on May 02, 2009
"Pretentious git" is the phrase that comes to mind. Or maybe "pompous git," or "pontificating git." Who the heck is this guy, or anyone, to decide for Susan what Susan should do with her hair and clothing? Good grief, she changes her clothes--did you really think she only owned one dress?--and gets her hair and eyebrows spiffed up at the local salon, and these media *ahems* presume to sit in judgment on her? Sorry for the rant, there. I just wish people would see it was Susan herself, not the outer trimmings--whether "frumpy" or "stylish"--that won us over.