SUSAN Boyle moved into her new £2million flat after Simon Cowell’s agents checked with the landlord that they would allow her CAT.
The Britain’s Got Talent singer has now moved into the converted convent with beloved pet Pebbles.
Show sources last night told how Susan was being “wrapped in cotton wool” to help her recover from exhaustion before the BGT live tours, which start tomorrow.
Show judge Cowell is renting the London pad for his “prized possession”, a show runner-up, but potentially worth millions, for five weeks. He’s called in FOUR limos in a bid to fool paparazzi when moving the Scot about.
But we can reveal virgin Susan, 48, has still left bosses panicking by refusing to turn up to rehearsals.
A BGT source said: “Simon is looking after his prize possession and no expense will be spared making sure she is happy in herself and well enough to perform.
“He wants her to be fully recovered from the exhaustion she suffered during Britain’s Got Talent.
“Diversity may have won the show but Susan’s the one with massive pound signs over her head. She’s being wrapped in cotton wool.”
Music supremo Cowell was told about the “idyllic and highly secure” premises by Susan’s private doctor — who treated her at The Priory clinic in London last week.
Dr Sarah Lotzof said the apartment would put the Scottish singer in a “stable and homely” environment.
Susan moved in after being told Pebbles, who she lived with back in Blackburn, West Lothian, could join her.
Other BGT tour acts will live in hotels — while Susan is ferried back to the sprawling pad whenever possible.
The star suffered an emotional breakdown after losing to dance-troupe Diversity on the ITV show’s final.
She was released from the Priory last Friday, and spent the weekend at home in West Lothian before retuning to London on Monday.
There were fears she would not be well enough to perform at the 23-date tour’s launch show in Birmingham.
But we told how she held talks about appearing in that gig and just a few dates after, to conserve her energy for recording a debut album.
But she has now thrown organisers into chaos, by not turning up to practice. A tour source said: “She was meant to be at rehearsals on Tuesday, but she cancelled.”
[Source: The Sun, UK]