New evidence that Double Falsehood was, as 18th-century playwright Lewis Theobald claimed, based on Bard’s Cardenio. According to The Guardian, it has thrills, spills, sword fights, violent sexual assault and – to modern ears – a terrible ending, but the little-known 18th century play Double Falsehood was propelled into the literary limelight today when it was claimed as a lost Shakespeare.
LONDON – Say it ain’t so, Susan!
Singing sensation Susan Boyle — whose dowdy image contrasted so greatly with her angelic voice that she became an instant Internet celebrity — has gone in for a makeover.
Boyle, 47, had her graying, frizzy hair dyed chestnut brown and styled in what The Britain’s Got Talent,” the Scottish singer was photographed wearing a stylish black leather jacket with what looked to be a Burberry scarf.says was a 35-pound ($50) makeover. And instead of the old-fashioned dress she wore on the TV show “
Asked if she would change her looks on CNN’s Larry King Live, Boyle replied “Why should I change?”
Judges of “Britain’s Got Talent” will decide whether Boyle gets through to the next round on May 23.