Susan Boyle shows off one leg as she leaves the radio studio in a short skirt and fur coat

During her first audition for Britain’s Got Talent, Susan Boyle made a famous hip-move in the direction of Simon Cowell when asked how old she was.

That cheeky side was on display again on Sunday when the talented singer – who rose to fame overnight after her perfect performance of I Dreamed A Dream in 2009 – left BBC Radio 2 studios in London.

Wearing a gray fur coat, the 53-year-old playfully gathered her black skirt and flashed her leg while posing for snappers outside the building.

Carrying a stylish handbag on her arm, Blackburn-born Susan also chose a monochrome plaid top, patent heels and a number of pearl necklaces.

Her release came less than two days after performing Wish You Were Here, from her new album Hope, live on the Children In Need charity telethon.

Susan recently spoke about dealing with Asperger’s syndrome, after learning that her erratic behavior was due to the brain damage she suffered when she was deprived of oxygen at birth.

She said, “You always feel the eyes are on you. It’s getting better anyway. Since the diagnosis I have learned coping strategies and the best is to just walk away.

“If I feel like I’m going to change my mood, I get up and go. On stage, I’m a different person. I feel accepted. I feel safe there.”

A film is also planned on her life with Meryl Streep to play her, although Julie Walters is Susan’s preferred choice.

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