Susan Boyle, Britain's YouTube singing sensation, continued to conquer America on Friday and ducked questions about potential suitors.
She appeared on the "Today" show for an interview with admitted fans Matt Lauer (who said he's watched 12-14 times) and Meredith Vieira, went on MSNBC AND was scheduled to go on Oprah's Friday live show.
In less than a week the 47-year-old Scot has had over 20 million views on YouTube for her rendition of "I Dreamed a Dream" from Les Miserables. She debuted in America Thursday morning in a CBS interview during which she sang a few perfect a cappella lines.
On Friday Vieira asked Boyle, who confessed to having "never been kissed" on "Britain's Got Talent," if there have been many male suitors trying to get her number.
Boyle laughed and gave a "no comment" before first being surprised with Paul Potts and then again singing perfect a cappella (video below).
Meanwhile, Simon Cowell's fellow British judge Amanda Holden said Boyle would NOT be getting a makeover:
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"She needs to stay exactly as she is because that's the reason we love her. She just looks like anybody who could live on your street.
"The minute we turn her into a glamour-puss is when it's spoilt. That can perhaps come later when she's signed the album deal and conquered America.
"For now we'll keep her exactly as she is because that's why we've all fallen in love with her. I think it's the underdog thing. It's somebody who's looked after her mother all her life."
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