SUSAN Boyle has made a rare public apperance to reunite with Amanda Holden – joking she "doesn't fancy" Piers Morgan anymore.
The Britain's Got Talent star took to Heart Radio alongside the former judge and her co-host Jamie Theakston to look back on her iconic audition.
Rarely-seen Susan, 60, who has kept out of the limelight since appearing on the talent show in 2009, made an appearance at the Glasgow radio studio.
The star dressed in a glamorous white suit and had her hair neatly styled as she sat opposite Amanda, 50, for the on-air interview.
The old friends dicussed Susan's iconic BGT audition, which saw crowds on their feet following her rendition of Les Miserables' I Dreamed A Dream.
"I'm trying to think when we last saw each other," Amanda gushed. "Must have been on one of the specials, I think – the BGT specials."
"Probably way!" Susan replied, before the topic of conversation turned to the singing sensations former crush on judge Piers, 56.
"You don't fancy Piers anymore I gather?" Amanda jibed, to which Susan hit back: "I respect him but I don't fancy him. I've grown up a bit now!"
BGT contestant Susan has kept her life away from the cameras since the show, despite amounting an impressive £22million fortune.
The star revealed to Piers Morgan that she lives off a rather more humble £300-£500 weekly allowance, calling the sum "plenty".
While her wealth has allowed her to live a comfortable life, it was also at the heart of a feud with her brother.
Susan and brother Gerry went two-and-a-half years without speaking after rumours circulated that he'd threatened to take his own life if she didn't give him £50,000.
The singer has reportedly given her sibling £400,000 over the years, but he became unhappy when she refused to cut ties with the family members who had made the claims.
However, they've been on good terms since 2016 when Gerry came to her aide after she had a row with Heathrow Airport staff.
Susan still lives in her childhood home in Blackburn, West Lothian. She paid £111,000 to own the semi-detached ex-council house next door too, to create her dream home.
Her attachment to the property was too strong to part with, and she prefers the familiar surroundings to a posh mega mansion.
She once paid £300,000 for a brand-new five-bedroom house but found it hard to settle in so moved in her niece in and moved back to her original home.
She previously told OK! : "It’s to do with the memories of your house and your upbringing, you need to take stock of things and maybe see where you come from and where your roots lie."
She added: "It’s best to be grounded and with your roots. It keeps you grounded and prevents you from saying things maybe you shouldn't say."
Earlier this year, Susan revealed how she was hoping to release new music after getting her coronavirus vaccine.
A source told The Sun that the Britain's Got Talent star is healthy and abiding by lockdown rules at her home in Scotland.
They said: "Susan is doing well. She’s at home, following the stay at home orders and waiting for the vaccine like the many others in the UK.
"Hopefully, she will be able to get back to work this year, she would like to, but it really all depends on what happens with regards to the pandemic and lifting of restrictions.
"Staying safe and healthy is her priority for now."
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