Susan Boyle impersonated Mick Jagger during an interview on Australian television earlier this week.
The Britain's Got Talent star mimicked The Rolling Stones singer's infamous facial expressions as she spoke on Channel 7's Sunrise programme.
After pulling one of Jagger's faces, Boyle joked: “He's going to kill me for that!”
Susan Boyle pretended to be Mick Jagger during the interview.
The singer, who is currently number one on the UK and US charts, also spoke openly about her traumatic upbringing with host Molly Meldrum.
Boyle, 48, appeared to get particularly emotional as she discussed being bullied at school.
"I know I'm taking a big chance telling people this but you have to be honest. I used to be made a fool of at school,” she said.
"It was psychological bullying and that leaves a scar and it also cultivates a lot of anger.
"When people are a wee bit slow others pick at them. My life was made absolute hell."
Boyle looked to be in the Christmas spirit in Paris on Wednesday.
The singer also admitted she could be “up and down like a yo-yo” at times, adding: “I Can Be Depressed.”
Boyle's debut album, I Dreamed A Dream, is already the third biggest selling record of 2009 in the UK.
The singer, who came runner up on Britain's Got Talent earlier this year, is also riding high on the US Billboard album countdown.
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