Susan Boyle will compete in the final round of "Britain's Got Talent" this Saturday, despite stress and recent a public outburst.
"The Hairy Angel" has struggled with the attention surrounding her performances, and she's even thought about quitting. A spokesperson for "Britain's Got Talent" tells British papers the 48-year-old wonder is receiving the support she needs from producers. "She just wants to focus on her performance, and the well-being of our contestants is our number one priority," the spokesperson said.
Judge Piers Morgan blogged about Boyle on Thursday, calling her a "frightened rabbit," and saying "Susan is finding it very, very difficult to cope and stay calm." Piers added the singer has been in tears at times and wanted to quit the show.
The "Britain's Got Talent" finale takes place May 30 -- with the winner receiving £100,000 and a chance to perform at the Royal Variety.
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