Susan Boyle's neighbours in her native Scotland have reportedly complained to local council officials over the star's loud singing.
The I Dreamed a Dream hitmaker, who shot to fame on Britain's Got Talent in 2009, is said to have infuriated couple Teresa Miller and Paul Keaveney by belting out her hits at her home in Blackburn, West Lothian and they have made an official complaint over the noise.
Miller tells Britain's The Sun, "It is so loud you can't hear the telly. It's unbearable. It'll be on first thing in the morning or late at night and it's absolutely blaring.
"She'll put one song on repeat and it goes on for hours. I don't know if she's got a karaoke machine or what but it's so loud. You wouldn't get Bono from U2 standing in his house singing his songs at the top of his voice. Maybe she's practising for her next track or the next time she's going to see Simon Cowell but it's unbelievable."
A spokesperson for Boyle says, "There has been no communication from the council so we are unaware if there even has been a complaint."