YouTube sensation Susan Boyle, despondent about her career after finishing second on Britain's Got Talent, wants out of the London mental health facility she is currently staying at and return to her native Scotland, her brother Gerry Boyle told the CBS Early Show Tuesday.
The 'I Dreamed A Dream' songstress "seems to be coming back to her old ways -- and she's fine," her brother said.
"She's anxious to come home, and she's starting to be a bit more like herself, I'm pleased to say -- eager to come home to Scotland from London, and just, you know -- she seems to be on the way back," Gerry said. "Which is marvelous."
The frumpy 48-year-old singer, currently in the custody of the Priory Hospital where she is being treated for exhaustion, is worried about her career path now that the show is over, according to her brother.
Said Gerry: "Will she be still accepted? She didn't win the competition. Will people still want to hear her sing? And will there be a career for her as we stand here today?
Gerry revealed Boyle's "biggest worry, after Saturday night, is... where does her career go from here? Will she be still accepted? She didn't win the competition. Will people still want to hear her sing? And will there be a career for her as we stand here today?"
He said neither he nor Susan thinks the media exploited her. (Photo: Splash News)