Susan Boyle says she doesn’t fancy Piers Morgan anymore during rare appearance

Piers Morgan is coming to terms with a crushing blow to his ego – Susan Boyle no longer has the hots for him.

Just two years ago the Britain’s Got Talent singing superstar admitted she “wants him” after being grilled about the show’s judge.

She said back in 2019: “Now who wouldn’t like Piers Morgan? I took one look at him on Britain’s Got Talent and said, ‘I want you mate. I want you – come this way, Piersy Baby’.

“He’s a good laugh – he joins in. And he’s very clever too.”

But it appears SuBo’s tastes have matured.

Making a rare appearance on Heart FM this morning, the 60-year-old announced the news than she no longer has a crush on the TV star.

Piers Morgan has lost his sparkle – Susan Boyle no longer wants him

Amanda Holden was quick to ask her about it and it seems Piers has lost his spark.

The host said: “When Susan came on, we thought at first she was a comedy act – and ash had rather dubious taste in men because she had a crush on Piers.”

The Scot grunted: “Who!”

Amanda returned: “Exactly, that’s gone! You don’t fancy Piers anymore?”

Susan replied: “I respect him, I don’t fancy him – I have grown up a bit now!”

Susan said she really fancied him just two years ago
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Susan left the panel, which included Amanda, Simon Cowell and Piers, stunned after belting out I Dreamed a Dream from the musical Les Misérable.

The singing sensation has 23 million album sales, a cluster of UK and US No.1s and a stack of Guinness World Records to her name.

Her iconic audition has now seen by over 680 million YouTube fans.

Susan recalled that the moment in 2009 that she through it was all over – before getting some very good news.

But things have changed and Piers is off her wish list
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Fear arrived her as soon as Diversity were announced as BGT winners, and Susan’s first feeling was panic.

“I didn’t want to go back to my old life,” she says. “Then Simon came running up on stage and whispered that I had a recording contract no matter what, and the panic gave way to exhaustion.

“I was so tired, I tried to do my best but got so completely overwhelmed with the thought of not doing my best, or messing up, that I couldn’t sleep or relax.

“It was all such a whirlwind and well you all know where I went next, something I still don’t like talking about after 10 years.”

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