Susan Boyle may not have won "Britain's Got Talent," but the international singing sensation continues to move on an upward swing. And her latest move – giving an interview to the "Today" show's Meredith Vieira for "America's Got Talent"-- even affected President Barack Obama.
The White House was prompted into moving President Obama's latest primetime news conference to 8 PM on Wednesday after NBC expressed reservations about its originally scheduled time of 9 PM, sources told The Hollywood Reporter.
According to the trade magazine, because "America's Got Talent" is the most-watched show on summer TV, NBC was not interested in passing on Piers Morgan, Sharon Osbourne, David Hasselhoff – and this week, a promoted interview with Susan Boyle – for the President.
FOX had reportedly already declined to host the press conference, the President's fourth since taking office.
Instead, the White House will now air the President's address at 8 PM and it will be carried on NBC, CBS and ABC.
ABC will shift game shows "Wipeout" to 9 PM and "I Survived A Japanese Game Show" to 10 PM.
FOX, however, will air "So You Think You Can Dance" at its regular time of 8 PM.
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