Susan Boyle's singing reportedly annoying neighbors

Susan Boyle makes a guest appearance on the Newcastle Theatre Royal stage in the World Premiere of 'I Dreamed A Dream' on March 27, 2012 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Bethany Clarke/Getty Images

(CBS News) Singing sensation Susan Boyle, who got her start on "Britain's Got Talent," is annoying her next-door neighbors, Britain's Daily Mail reports.

The neighbors claim her singing is "unbearable" and loud enough to drown out the sound of their television.

The Daily Mail reports Teresa Miller, 39, and her friend Paul Keaveney, 44, have filed an official complaint.


Miller, who lives next to Boyle in Blackburn, Scotland, claims the star regularly belts out "Wild Horses," "Unchained Melody," and "I Dreamed a Dream" - the song that made her famous.

Miller told The Daily Mail, "Sometimes (Boyle's) a really nice neighbor, but sometimes she isn't."

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