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Books are all the rage in Hollywood; some dumb, some REALLY dumb, and at least one hopefully inspiring.
Earlier today, we announced that the Kardashian sisters are planning a relationship-themed tome. Insert your own joke now.
Kelly LeBrock, the ex-wife of shady actor Steven Seagal, also plans to exploit her husband’s alleged seedy side by penning a biography about the father of her three kids. How charming.
But Susan Boyle is here to rescue us from all this inappropriate madness. She’ll tell her own story in The Woman I was Born to Be, a true autobiography due this fall.
”I think I’ve grown up a lot in the last year, become more of a lady, and I’m not so frightened anymore,” she said, adding:
“I’m writing this book to try to show that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, and I hope it will benefit other people. My story demonstrates that you shouldn’t just look at the label, you should look at the whole person, emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually, and I hope that telling it will show that dreams are not impossible, if you’ve got courage and a willingness to go on no matter what the circumstances.”
Amen, SuBo! Will you purchase her self-written tale?
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Almost a year to the day after Susan Boyle burst on to the global scene, Lin Yu Chun has taken the baton as the Next, Great, Unexpected Singer to Be Discovered on a Reality Show.
The 24-year old from Taiwan auditioned for that nation’s version of American Idol with a rendition of “I Will Always Love You” that you need to hear to believe.
Let’s just say its a whole lot better than anything Whitney Houston sings these days.
After receiving such acclaim for his performance, Chun spoke to The Associated Press about his life:
“I now have more confidence in pursuing a singing career. You don’t have to be a good-looking man or woman to succeed. Just be yourself and try your best.”
Lin said he suffered from a lack of self-esteem growing up because “being fat draws a lot of mockery in our society.
However, those difficult times helped the aspiring singer hone his talent: to cope with taunts from peers, Chun locked himself in his room and sang along to hits by Celine Dion and Mariah Carey.
But he loved Houston’s take on the famous Dolly Parton classic the best: “I played it again and again even though my parents couldn’t stand it anymore and asked me to stop,” Lin said of the single that’s made him famous.
His audition has already earned over 1.3 million views on YouTube and if Chun wins the competition, he’ll pocket a well-deserved $1 million. Go get ‘em, Lin!