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#Susan Boyle

From TheJournal.ie 'In one brewery they keep the spiderwebs': How I got hired as a drinks consultant Drinking It In

'In one brewery they keep the spiderwebs': How I got hired as a drinks consultant

The dream job? Maybe, says Susan Boyle.

10 iconic hashtags in honour of its 10th birthday

Happy Birthday hashtags.

16 things about celebrities you will never be able to unsee

Never look at Robert Pattinson the same way ever again.

Christian Bale has some toilet advice for Ben Affleck... it's The Dredge

Who will play Susan Boyle and what’s Miley up to now? All that and the rest of the day’s celebrity dirt.

From TheJournal.ie Column: How Ireland helped bring wine to the world Opinion

Column: How Ireland helped bring wine to the world

Think wine is relatively new to Ireland? That’s understandable – but you’re very wrong, writes Susan Boyle.

From TheJournal.ie The week in photos Week In Photos This post contains images

The week in photos

This is the week that was, in pictures.

Someone forgot to tell Susan Boyle she was appearing live... Oops This post contains videos

Someone forgot to tell Susan Boyle she was appearing live...

Singer’s appearance on US TV show was interrupted when the singer attempted to start her performance again.

SUSAN BOYLE has made international music history, with the publication of the latest album charts in the US. Her new Christmas album, The Gift, has gone straight to the top of the Billboard Hot 200 – a position it also occupies in the UK’s album sales. Her berth at the top of the US and UK album charts simultaneously marks the first time since The Beatles’ Let It Be (in 1970) that a British act has sold best on both sides of the ocean. In Ireland, it only debuted at number 5 – Bon Jovi’s Greatest Hits being at the top.