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Thursday 31 July 2014

Susan Boyle wants a tent for Christmas

Susan Boyle

The 'I Dreamed A Dream' singer - who rose to fame on TV show 'Britain's Got Talent' - wants a portable tent so she can camp at Scotland's T in the Park music festival next year, and she also wants a new collar for her cat, Pebbles.



She said: "I'd like a tent to take with me to T in the Park and I'd also like the 'Downton Abbey' box set, because it's one of my favourite series.

"I'm hoping for a collar for my cat Pebbles, some piano music books so that I can continue to learn on my grand piano and the Steve Jobs autobiography."

However not all of her wishes are so understated - she is also hoping for a 3-D television from Santa Claus and a Kindle book reader.

When asked what her Christmas wish-list is by online retailers Amazon, she said: "I'd really like a 3-D TV with the electronic glasses so I can bring the films into my living room. And a Kindle, so I can access all the latest books on my travels."

Despite requesting a new collar for Pebbles, the Scottish star rarely gets to see her beloved pet these days because of her work schedule, and she admits she misses her.

She previously said: "Pebbles is doing good, she's being looked after by Pam, she's 13 now.

"Do I see her often? I get to hear about her, she's OK. I'll send her a postcard now and again."



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