The performance of Susan Boyle on Loose Women is branded ‘awkwardly’ by fans while she makes VERY brutal comments while discussing her sex life
She had the Loose Women panel plugged in during her Friday appearance while talking about her wild sex life.
But Susan Boyle’s interview about the daytime talk show was labeled “awkward” by some viewers, while others claimed they “needed subtitles” to understand her.
The Scottish singer, 58, was present to promote her new tour, but also made some brutal remarks about her mysterious doctor’s date that made the co-hosts of the show roar with laughter.
Uncomfortable: Susan Boyle’s appearance on Loose Women was branded “clumsily” by fans discussing her wild sex life during the show’s Friday edition
When they went to Twitter to express their thoughts, one opinion said, “I love Susan Boyle, but this interview is uncomfortable.”
Referring to Susan’s behavior in the show, another added, “Oh, I’m sorry, I like Susan Boyle, but this is uncomfortable.”
One went on to say, “Subtitles needed for Susan Boyle but this is a tricky interview, no matter what she says”
Another added: “I always feel a bit uncomfortable when Susan Boyle is interviewed. She seems so vulnerable. “
Awkward: the singer promoted her new tour, but also made some brutal comments about her earlier romances
Response: viewers went to Twitter to call the interaction ‘tricky’, while some claimed they ‘needed subtitles’ to understand her
However, other viewers struck by the comments that the interview was “tricky” and asked people not to be mean to the singer because she has Aspergers syndrome.
One person wrote: “Susan Boyle has Aspergers syndrome, that’s why she sometimes behaves differently … be kind to the comments”
While another viewer was happy with the singer’s interview, as they said, “I think it’s great that Susan Boyle doesn’t give a ***.”
And another fan repeated that sentiment because she added: “Right Susan Boyle on loose women am p ****** myself shes so funny (sic)”
On the other hand: although other viewers touched the comments, the interview was “awkward” and asked people not to be mean to the singer because she has Aspergers Syndrome
Susan left the panel giggling when she spoke frankly about her sex life when she told the panel that her last date happened six years ago.
She discussed how she was “missing” with a doctor and explained, “Let’s say he rubbed me in the right way.”
Although asked where she had a Valentine’s Day, she refused to say and said it was “a secret,” before she said, “There was somebody once, but they felt like I was ending the relationship.”
Despite the fact that she loved her mother about her relationship status, Susan told the panel that she was in love with Piers Morgan and “would slap him.”
Susan left the panel in giggle when she spoke frankly about her sex life when she told the panel that her last date was rubbed [her] the right way ‘
Cheeky: she discussed how she was “missing” with a doctor and explained: “Let’s just say he rubbed me in the right way”