Susan Boyle Looks Like A Model Following Weight Loss

Nov 16, 2020 by apost team

Susan Boyle became an instant sensation throughout the world after she appeared on the third series of Britain's Got Talent. Although that introduction aired over a decade ago, Boyle has managed a level of staying power rarely seen by TV stars. That performance of the Les Mis classic I Dreamed a Dream has been seen millions of times, including the scowling and then shocked face of Simon Cowell.

In 2019, Susan showed a new side of herself after she lost 28 pounds in a bid to get healthy and stay on top of her Type 2 Diabetes, which she'd been diagnosed with. Not only is she healthier, but Susan looks absolutely stunning!

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Whether you've never seen it or have watched that clip a dozen times, it never fails to impress. When fame is achieved overnight, one's life can be drastically changed. Sometimes, this is for the better. However, the changes are often disastrous. A life of excess and rampant spending is often the mark of quick-found fame. However, Boyle has not fallen into the trap. Despite her incredible success, she has retained a modest life. She still lives in her modest flat and has changed very little about her routine—until last year.

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Her health was rarely a focus for Susan. The charmingly frumpy star knew she would never be a supermodel, and thus rarely worried about her appearance. Her doctor noticed her ballooning visage and was concerned about the impact weight gain would have on the organs of the Scottish star. After running some blood tests, her doctor's suspicions were made true. She was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes.org explains that Type 2 is the most common form of diabetes and describes it as such:

"Type 2 means that your body doesn't use insulin properly. And while some people can control their blood sugar levels with healthy eating and exercise, others may need medication or insulin to manage it. "

However, while a diagnosis is not ideal, the organization states that life doesn't end with Type 2 diabetes and that there are many ways one can improve their wellbeing.

Never one to be kicked down, Boyle took action. She admitted to The Mirror that sweets were her weakness, stating:

"I need to stop eating sweeties and cakes. It’s the bane of my life."

With that knowledge in mind, she vowed to kick the sugary habit. The results weren't immediate, but they were impressive. Not only was she taking positive steps to impact her health after her diabetes diagnosis, but she lost weight in the process and drastically changed her appearance. Over the course of the next six months, Boyle lost an impressive 2 stones (28 pounds). The transformation is breathtaking.

Speaking on the TV show Lorraine, Susan said: "I’m feeling a lot better now. I had moments where I needed help, and I reached out and I got the help I needed," as reported by Express. She showed off her new look in January 2019 on America's Got Talent: The Champions, a sort-of highlight show for stars from the series. Her performance there was just as incredible and loved as her initial run on Britain's Got Talent, and she even earned a Golden Buzzer from judge Mel B.

She spoke frankly to the audience, saying:

"For those who maybe don’t have the confidence to do things, for those who don’t have a voice, the ones who people tend to ignore, I feel like I’m a champion for them. Coming in second doesn’t mean you lost, it’s an unfulfilled promise.”

Combined with a new hairdo, the singer showed elegance and grace that we hadn't seen before. Of course, her voice is still a work of the angels. Her most recent album, TEN, has shown that the past decade has done nothing to dampen Boyle's singing chops. Her interpretation of Stand by Me is a particularly impactful show-stopper.

Seeing Susan Boyle take control of her health and drop 28 pounds in an attempt to fight diabetes is an incredibly inspirational story. It's a smart reminder that you're never too old or established in your ways to make a change. You simply have to be honest with yourself and, perhaps, dream the occasional dream.

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If you know someone fighting a health battle who would be inspired by Susan Boyle's journey, send this on to them. And let us know your thoughts on her new look in the comments. What's another favorite transformation of a star you've witnessed?

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