So, no offense to Susan Boyle, but I'm kind of hoping this is my last post on her - ever. The singing sensation lost in Britain's Got Talent's final round Saturday night, to dance troupe Diversity.
But, despite having some previous F-bomb freak-outs, Susan was pretty gracious about coming in second place.
"The best people won," Sue said. "They are very entertaining lads. I wish you all the best."
Though the Scottish lass wouldn't be taking home the $150,000 and the chance to sing for the Queen, Susan still has hopes for a bright future.
"I hope to get an album out," she said. "Who knows? I will just play it by ear."
What did Simon Cowell, who was a big Susan supporter from the beginning, think of the result?
"I am gutted for Susan but she was incredibly gracious," the judge said. "Susan's come out of this very well. We've never had a runner-up like Susan Boyle before. She's won over a lot of fans tonight through her graciousness. She's a really sweet person. She has a massive future ahead of her."
Through it all - the super-fast rise to fame, the makeover, the media attention, both positive and negative - Susan says it was all worth it.
"Well worth it. I really feel at home on stage. Of course I do, I'm among friends."
And she got to be on Oprah! Totally worth it.