SUSAN Boyle fans were left speechless after her Spotify account was hacked with an X-rated song.
The singing legend, 62, was targeted by a prankster who uploaded a track to the digital music service called ‘A**l Queen’.
Social media users were quick to point out the stunt and the song was swiftly taken down.
But folk couldn’t believe the Britain’s Got Talent icon, from Blackburn, West Lothian, had been the victim of such a rude cyber attack.
It’s believed the explicit song title was in reference to a previous hashtag she used for an album launch.
In 2007, her PR team accidentally invited people to ‘#susanalbumparty.’
Though it was intended to read as ‘Susan Album Party’, people chose to have a laugh with their own interpretation.
One fan joked: “Did Susan Boyle just release song of the year?”
While another quipped: “Susan Boyle having a song called A**l Queen was not on my 2023 bingo card.”
And a shocked Twitter user added: “When I saw that Susan Boyle was trending….I did not expect it to be that.”
Susan shocked her fans again earlier this year when she admitted she feared she might never sing again after suffering from a stroke in April 2022.
She made the revelation on Britain’s Got Talent final after joining the London cast of Les Misérables on stage as votes were counted.
The singer said: “It is extra special for me actually because last April there, I suffered a minor stroke.
“I have fought like crazy to get back on stage. And I have done it.”
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