A Susan Boyle spokesperson said Thursday that the Scottish singing sensation and Britain's Got Talent finalist lost her cool after being harassed by journalists at a London hotel.
Boyle has also threatened to quit just 2 days ahead of Saturdays final following mounting pressures. The overnight singing sensation was was having doubts as recently as Wednesday according to judge Piers Morgan in U.S. television interviews.
Morgan said Boyle is under a great deal of pressure.
Two journalists were harassing her and pushed her (Boyle) over the edge. She was left slightly distressed and the journalists were removed from the building by police, the spokeswoman said on condition of anonymity because she represents all of the contestants on the show.
The Sun Newspaper on Thursday reported the singer as losing her cool and using the 4 letter word.
Boyle, 48, became a global Internet sensation after her rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables on Britain's Got Talent in April was played more than 60 million times on YouTube.