Scottish Songstress Susan Boyle burst into tears and started cursing at people in England today, because Music Tel Boy refused to allow her to sing his version of CHRISTMAS BOP on America's Got Talent.
The 49-year old prima Donna, who was the runner up in the British version of the show, had turned up at LAX Airport two hours before the scheduled filming of the show, with a backing group, even though she didn't have permission to sing the song.
She expected Music Tel Boy to give permission to her because she is more famous than he is. After permission had been refused, it was too late for her to learn the lyrics to any other song and she therefore took the next flight home.
Boyle shot to fame in 2009 when she sang "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Misérables. However, the spinster can only hold the lyrics to one song in her head at any time.
Audiences across the world became sick of hearing "I Dreamed a Dream" and Boyle therefore learned a second song, "Christmas Bop". However, she didn't bother to ask the English rock musician, who had recently rearranged and recorded the song for charity, for permission to sing the song live on US television.
It is not known which song Boyle will learn next, though she does have enough time to learn the lyrics to Wizard’s Christmas hit "I wish it could be Christmas Every Day" and the group's leader Roy Wood is said to "really need the money".