Susan Boyle filmed taking the bus despite £22 million fortune as driver left gobsmacked

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A bus driver has shared his surprise online after Britain’s Got Talent star Susan Boyle hopped aboard his vehicle. Lothian Buses driver, Don Mitchell, who posts videos of his experiences behind the wheel regularly on TikTok, was driving the 275 service between Broxburn and Bathgate, West Lothian, when the local star appeared.

Showing that fame hasn’t got to her head, Susan was using the service for travel via her hometown of Blackburn which lies on the 275’s route.

Don shared a video of the masked up singer boarding his bus while speaking to the camera: “Hello everyone. I’m on the 275 and look who gets on my bus today – Susan Boyle.”

The West Lothian superstar – who is captured wrapped up in a scarf and wearing a beret – happily waved to the camera before heading to get a seat.

A delighted Don then said: “Every day is a surprise.”

The video has now brought in over 7,500 likes on TikTok since it was shared over a week ago.

Don stated: “She paid her fare, she just likes to have a chat with the customers on the bus and live her life.”

Having diabetes has seen Susan remain indoors frequently during the pandemic, as she refused to take “any chances”.

The star has tried to remain active during this tough time and has gone for long walks while wearing a mask.

However, she admitted it has been a “tough” year, as many people have remained inside due to three separate national lockdowns happening to prevent the rapid spread of coronavirus.

Keeping things in perspective, Susan told The Sun: “We’ve not been asked to battle on the frontlines of a war like our parents or grandparents — we’ve been asked to stay at home for the safety of ourselves and everyone else.”

The singer celebrated her birthday back in March and explained how she would be swapping a large celebration with family and friends for a more intimate gathering with those in her social bubble.

Susan is hoping she will be able to plan a big party in the future to celebrate turning 60.

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She continued: “There’s not a lot I can do because of Covid but I’ll be planning a party when it’s over.

“And I’m definitely not retiring, that’s for sure.”

Susan rose to fame over 12 years ago, when she became a household name after her Britain’s Got Talent audition.

Her incredible version of I Dreamed A Dream on the show has since been watched by over 680 million people.

In her first year of fame, Susan made £5 million with the release of her album I Dreamed a Dream and its singles, I Dreamed a Dream and Wild Horses.

The success was continued with her second studio album, The Gift (2010), where she became only the third act ever to top both the UK and US album charts twice in the same year.

As of 2021, the singer has sold 19 million records, and has an estimated net worth of £22 million.

But despite her success, Susan still remains in her former council house and says the most important thing to her is her childhood “memories”.

She told OK! Magazine: “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.

“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.”

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