London, United Kingdom (CNS) – Web phenomenon Susan Boyle has launched her own online store called the Subostore, which features a wide range of products inspired by the “Britain’s Got Talent” finalist.
Goods featured include t-shirts bearing her face, name, and her “I Dreamed a Dream” battle cry, brightly colored hooded tops, a red scarf named after her cat Pebbles, tote bags, posters, mp3 downloads, and electronic gift cards.
One of the t-shirts called Duotone Collage features Andy Warhol-style images of the singer and is priced at $25.
Meanwhile, the Scottish singer has prevailed in the final week of U.S. music sales for 2009. She holds the top spot on the Billboard album chart for the sixth week. Her “I Dreamed a Dream” album sold 137,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
However, she was narrowly beaten by Taylor Swift as the best selling artist of 2009. Boyle was able to sell 3.1 million copies of her album, but Taylor ended up the victor with 3.21 copies sold of her “Fearless” album.