“As a result of singing a song on YouTube she became a worldwide sensation and was even flown across the Atlantic for chat shows. The pressure on her was incredible. I don"t think it should happen to anyone. “It"s an amazing story and I"m sure a film is in development already about her somewhere in the world," he added.
London, (ANI): The story of Britain"s Got Talent star Susan Boyle will certainly end up on the big screen, according to Barry Norman, former presenter of the BBC"s Film programme. The 75-year-old thinks that the Scottish singing sensation"s story is perfect cinema fodder. “Susan is a film waiting to happen after what has happened to her," the Daily Express quoted him as saying.