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Boyle loves Morgan's 'baby face'.

Summary: Britain's Got Talent singer Susan Boyle has spoken of her Simon Cowell crush, but prefers fellow judge Piers Morgan's "lovely baby face".

Britain's Got Talent singer Susan Boyle has spoken of her Simon Cowell crush, but prefers fellow judge Piers Morgan's "lovely baby face".

Boyle, 47, has wowed audiences at home and abroad with her performance of I Dreamed a Dream from the musical Les Miserables on the hit ITV1 show.

She told Star magazine how she was bullied over her looks in the past but has had the last laugh, saying she thought she'd look "like a garage" on TV but instead is "happy the way I am - plump!"

The Scottish spinster, who lives with her cat Pebbles, said she's never fancied any bloke very much but spoke of Morgan saying: "I never fancied anyone that much but now I want to go out with Piers. I'd choose him over Simon Cowell because he has such a lovely baby face."

Boyle is currently the red-hot favourite to walk away with the television programme's Au100,000 prize and said she would be very humbled to perform in front of the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.

She has scored upwards of 100 million internet hits, according to Visible Measures, a company which specialises in measuring the consumption and distribution of web video.

The company said she has averaged over 18 million views while President Barack Obama's historic victory speech on election night attracted 18.5 million views.

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