Susan Boyle has recently revealed that she's been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, an autism spectrum disorder. Prior to her announcement, it was widely documented that Boyle's disability and self-professed "slowness" was the result of damage suffered at birth. So did that not actually happen?
Susan Boyle, of the spotlight-stealing Boyles, revealed in a recent interview with The Observer that she's been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, and is just tickled that she can finally put a clinical name to a condition that's affected her most of her life.
Jennifer Lawrence told Jay Leno that she got into a car accident when she saw people marching in a breast cancer parade who wore sashes with the word "boob" on them: "I thought it was saying 'Boo Boo,'' and so I was like, 'Whoa, does that mean there's Honey Boo Boo?' So I started craning my neck and I saw a little…
After a seven year stint on Saturday Night Live, his main contribution being the Interwebizing of the archaic, yet occasionally (rarely) still legit great sketch comedy mainstay, professional silly person and Digital Shorts pioneer Andy Samberg is leaving for greener pastures, spurred by Kristen Wiig's recent…
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 06: Susan Boyle poses during a visit to WILD LIFE Sydney on November 6, 2011 in Sydney, Australia. This is Susan's first visit to Australia. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)
Korea's Got Talent has unearthed a new Susan Boyle-type gem, and he might be even more inspirational than Boyle herself. 22-year-old Sung-bong Choi is a manual worker with no family or home to his name. His life entire has been a struggle — hopefully, until now.