Susan Boyle says she suffered a stroke…

Susan Boyle says she suffered a stroke...

Susan Boyle revealed some sensitive information regarding her health.

The Scottish singer made a surprise appearance on the finale of “Britain’s Got Talent” on June 4, revealing that she had a stroke last year.

Boyle first appeared onstage with the West End cast of “Les Misérables” to perform the song that transformed her life, “I Dreamed A Dream.” Boyle, 62, notably sang the song as a competitor on the show in 2009.

Following the performance, “BGT” hosts Dec Donnelly and Ant McPartlin asked Boyle how it felt to return to the show’s stage.

“It feels great,” she remarked. “It is extra special for me actually because last April there, I suffered a minor stroke.”

“I fought like crazy to get back on stage,” she said. “And I have done it.”

Simon Cowell, the show’s founder and major judge, also spoke with the singer, telling her, “Susan, we owe you so much, and I knew you weren’t feeling well, but if anyone was going to come back, it would be you because it wouldn’t be the same without you.”

The “Wild Horses” singer also took to social media to dwell on the situation and her health difficulties. Boyle released a slideshow of photographs from the night on Instagram and Facebook.

“Tonight I had the privilege of returning to @bgt and performing with the wonderful cast of @lesmizofficial,” she began. “This evening was even more special for me as in April of 2022 I had a stroke.”

“For the past year I have worked so hard to get my speech and singing back, with the sole aim of being able to sing on stage again & tonight my hard work & perseverance paid off, singing the song that started it all, ‘I Dreamed A Dream’…” she went on to say.

Fans left sympathetic notes in the comments area.

“You are so loved by so many Susan. Glad to hear you are recovering. Stay strong and feel the love from the world around you,” one person wrote, while another added, “I’m so glad you are back. I hope you get better soon and continue to sing like you do.”

“Love to see Susan again so sorry to hear about (the) stroke but the voice is still there xxx,” one follower commented.

Another wrote, “I’m sad to hear you had a stroke, but I’m pleased you’re doing okay now. I look forward to hearing your great voice for many more years.