Susan Boyle of Scotland produced a global sensation with her appearance on Britain’s Got Talent TV show. The moment, when this awkward woman appeared on stage and opened her mouth to sing, will be remembered by many for a very long time. Many people still admire the woman, who took the challenge to become a global superstar despite her looks.
Boyle has recently received a million-dollar offer from Los Angeles-based Kick Ass Films TV company. The company offered the singer one million dollars if she agreed to participate in a doubtful documentary.
Susan does not hurry to accept the offer. She does need the money, but the company offered her to lose her virginity online. A special website has been launched, which TV producers plan to use in case the star of YouTube gives her agreement.
If Susan agrees, she will be flown to LA on Virgin Airlines. She now has a chance to choose the male actor who would become her first man in 47 years.
Susan does not have much time to think: the offer will be called off at the end of April.
"We want to get this movie shot and out while Susan has the world's attention," Mark Kulkis, of Los Angeles-based Kick Ass Films, said on NewYorkDailyNews.com.
"Besides, after 47 years of virginity, I'm sure Susan is also anxious to get something cracking as soon as possible," he added.
Over 100 million people have watched Susan Boyle’s appearance on Britain ’s Got Talent across the globe.
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