I was floored when my dog Kokomo learned how to roll over and sit in one place for 30 whole seconds. I was secretly convinced that he was some sort of canine Mensa genius, until I saw 17-year-old Ashleigh and her dancing dog Pudsey. My confidence quickly deflated.
The duo took home the Britain’s Got Talent crown for their adorable dance routines. Apparently the little fur ball could be worth millions once sponsorship and endorsement deals roll in.
So what’s next for Pudsey? Will he replace Uggie as the number one canine movie star? We’re not sure, though Simon Cowell predicted he would be the most famous dog in the world.
Perez Hilton is reporting that contrary to what British papers have been reporting all weekend, Glenn Close is definitely not working on a Susan Boyle Biopic.
Why? Because no such movie is in the works!!
Close’s reps were a little slow to jump on the denial train but they eventually got there, claiming that the whole thing is “complete rubbish.”
Thank God! Both of the ladies are very talented individuals but that sounds like the most boring movie ever not shot. Maybe next time, SuBo!
Madonna, Mariah Carey, Beyonce and Robbie Williams are just a few of the superstars planning to record numbers for an upcoming Michael Jackson tribute album, reports the Daily Star. Whitney Houston, Usher and 12-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi of Britain’s Got Talent will also reportedly be featured alongside legends like Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie.
“The idea came from the memorial concert,” said a source. “Many fans asked if cover versions would be released and it seemed a wonderful idea. Some of the biggest stars in the world have indicated they’d like to take part to pay their own respects and tribute to the King of Pop. This cover album is sure to be a massive worldwide hit with fans and could raise a fortune for Michael’s favourite charities.”
Jafargholi, who performed “Who’s Loving You” at the memorial held for Jackson in Los Angeles, will record that track, as well as the song “Ben.” Carey will be singing “I’ll Be There,” while Williams will perform “Man in the Mirror.”
Susan Boyle, who placed second in the season three competition of Britain’s Got Talent, has teamed up with American Idol judge Simon Cowell to begin recording her debut album, reports E! Online. After the songstress’ issues with hospitalization, stress and exhaustion, Cowell and Sony Music are putting no pressure on her to record. Her contract allows her to walk away at any time.
“She sounds fantastic on record,” Cowell told People. “She’s so good, the album is not just going to be show tunes.”
Boyle is currently touring the United Kingdom on the Britain’s Got Talent tour.
During a stop in Hong Kong to promote her latest album “All I Ever Wanted,” first “American Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson shared her thoughts on YouTube sensation and “Britain’s Got Talent” contestant Susan Boyle.
“I think it’s awesome,” Clarkson told The Associated Press. “I’m bawling whenever I hear her sing.”
But not everyone is praising 48-year-old Boyle. “Smile” singer Lily Allen doesn’t see why there’s so much hype surrounding the Scottish singer. Allen wrote, “Susan Boyle is so overrated,” on her Twitter account over the weekend.