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Susan Boyle tells Oprah her hospitalization was 'a chapter of my life that is over with now'

Susan Boyle’s visit to The Oprah Winfrey Show just aired, and it was…well, pretty much exactly what you’d expect if you’ve seen any of Boyle’s other TV appearances. Boyle began with a typically clear-voiced rendition of the inspirational tune “Who I Was Born To Be” (sample lyric: “I’ve got the world in my hands, and it feels like my turn to fly”), followed by a short interview. Promos for the show suggested Boyle would come clean to Oprah about her hospitalization after losing Britain’s Got Talent last year; in fact that topic was dealt with rather briefly, with Boyle calling her three-day stay in a London hospital for exhaustion “a chapter of my life that is over with now.” And just like that, she was on to teaching Oprah how to do the “Boyle Wiggle,” a dance that looks like hula-hooping without the hoop. Major takeaway of their conversation: “Dreams can come true.”

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