After coming in second place on 'Britain's Got Talent,' Susan Boyle was reportedly rushed to a private hospital on Sunday after suffering from an "emotional breakdown."
The Sun newspaper is reporting that Boyle checked into The Priory, a private clinic in London, following her Saturday night loss. According to the report, 'BGT' aides contacted the police to inform them that Boyle was behaving strangely in her hotel room.
Boyle was then taken by ambulance to The Priory. A source says that "she agreed to go voluntarily. She didn't make a fuss. The paramedics calmly took her out through the main lobby and into the waiting ambulance."
Television company TalkbackThames issued a statement regarding Boyle, saying that after the 'Talent' finale, Susan was "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."
The singer had showed signs of distress and mental fatigue in the lead-up to the finale of her show. Boyle, who shot to worldwide stardom thanks to an Internet clip of her singing 'I Dreamed a Dream,' nearly pulled out of the 'Talent' finale thanks to crushing media interest.
Despite her massive fame, she came in second place in the 'Talent' finale, coming in behind a dance group called Diversity.