Susan Boyle revealed she no longer has a crush on Piers Morgan during an on-air reunion with Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden. 

The I Dreamed a Dream star was a guest at this morning's Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden, broadcast live from Heart’s Glasgow studio. 

Theakston and Holden were in Glasgow meeting local charities supported by Heart’s charity Global’s Make Some Noise. 

The Scottish singer had previously admitted to having a crush on Piers Morgan, revealing he was one of the reasons why she auditioned to Britain's Got Talent, where he was a judge.  

The 60-year-old, who owes her breakthrough to the show, talked about how the programme changed her life, with Holden saying her audition “changed the course of history for television shows forever”. 

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Speaking about the unique moment that was created on stage when Boyle started singing her piece de resistance, Holden said: “She came on stage, thought she was a stand-up comedian because she’s very funny as well, she’s got a slightly dubious taste in men, she had a crush on Piers…”

Boyle joked: “Who?” 

“Exactly, that’s gone! I’m pleased to say she’s over that…” said Holden.

“And you don’t fancy Piers anymore I gather?” she added later. 

“I respect him, but I don’t fancy him,” replied Boyle. 

During the reunion, Jamie Theakston suggested a duet between Boyle and Holden, who released her first album, Songs From My Heart, last year. 

“I have the album at my house, it’s very nice!” said Boyle. 

Asked if she feels like a popstar after selling nearly 20 million albums, Boyle said: “Not really feel like a popstar, just somebody who can sing reasonably well and be known by people in the household."

Despite her success, the singer, from Dechmont, West Lothian, confessed she still travels by bus: “It’s the only way to travel,” she said.

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Prompted about her latest projects, Boyle said: “I’m in-between things, I’m working on a few things, I’m not allowed to say too much, keep them as a surprise.” 

Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden airs weekdays from 6:30am – 10am. To donate £10, £20 or £30 to Global’s Make Some Noise text HEART10, HEART20 or HEART30 respectively to 70766.