'Britain's Got Talent''s Susan Boyle enters clinic

Singer suffering from exhaustion

'Britain's Got Talent''s Susan Boyle enters clinic
'Britain's Got Talent' finalist Susan Boyle has been taken to a London clinic to be treated for exhaustion.

The singer was taken to clinic The Priory last night (May 30) in an ambulance after aides for ITV, the channel the talent show was broadcast on, called police to report that she was acting strangely, reports The Sun.

Boyle agreed to go to the clinic voluntarily, where she is being treated for exhaustion.

A spokesperson for the show said: "Susan is exhausted and emotionally drained. She has been seen by her private GP, who supports her decision to take a few days out for rest and recovery. We offer her our ongoing support and wish her a speedy recovery."

Boyle had been favourite to win the viewer-voted talent show, but lost out to dance act Diversity on the finale on Saturday night (May 30).

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