Susan Boyle Left In 'Floods Of Tears' Over Fears That Simon Cowell Will Drop Her

Uh-oh, it has been reported that poor Susan Boyle has been left an emotional wreck after convincing herself that Simon Cowell is preparing to drop her from his label.

The Britain’s Got Talent star is about to launch her seventh album and has been left concerned by the lack of promotion surrounding its release.

In fact, it has been claimed that Simon’s record label SyCo has banned Susan from talking about her new album, What A Wonderful World, at all and no promotional gigs or TV appearances have been arranged.

The Mirror report that Susan’s management are meeting bosses from the label to disuss future plans, leading Susan to believe that she has been frozen out.

The 55-year-old star reportedly told a close pal: “With my previous albums, SyCo couldn’t do enough for me. Now I feel like they are planning to get rid of me.

"They used to roll out the red carpet whenever I was in London. I was their big star. But now things couldn’t be more different. I struggle to get hold of anyone from the label by phone.

"I’ve been told to take three months off and relax but I’m starting to really worry about my future in the industry. What if I’m about to be dropped?

"All I know how to do is sing. It’s my life but I never get a chance to do it any more. It’s like going back to the days before I was famous.”

Fans have also noticed that Susan’s website has not been updated since February and the singer hasn’t had any performances since last summer.

She was also absent from Britain’s Got Talent earlier this year, with the show marking its tenth anniversary with a whole host of previous BGT contestants taking to the stage, although Susan seemingly wasn’t invited.

The star has concerned fans in recent months after she suffered a rather public meltdown in an airport earlier this year.

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