Thursday, 17 January, 2019

Britain's Got Talent's Susan Boyle unrecognisable in AGT audition

Susan Boyle and Simon Cowell share ‘beautiful’ moment Susan Boyle and Simon Cowell share ‘beautiful’ moment
Stacy Diaz | 08 January, 2019, 21:16

Performing in front of Simon Cowell for the first time in nine years, the Scottish superstar gave a scintillating rendition of the Rolling Stones" 1971 classic "Wild Horses'.

After hearing her perform, Mel explained why she had to press her golden buzzer.

A third wrote: "I pray you win the champion".

Boyle, 57, came second on Simon Cowell's Britain's Got Talent in 2009, behind winning dance group Diversity. She said, "I just want to say what an absolute honor and a pleasure it is to be sitting here and listening to you, your angelic voice".

Susan Boyle made a dramatic comeback to Got Talent on the United States version, and was awarded the coveted Golden Buzzer for her emotional performance.

The X Factor legend also added: "I can't think of any other contestant who has defined this show better than you".

Her first audition, a rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables, famously stunned the audience and judges alike.

Susan Boyle auditioned for America's Got Talent and was put straight through to the next round after judge Mel B pressed the golden buzzer for her.

"You made a huge difference to a lot of people's lives and I'm absolutely thrilled that you're here".

Still, Boyle says she has "something to prove" on The Champions, and calls herself a champion "for those who don't have the confidence to do things, for those who don't have a voice (and) the ones who people tend to ignore".

An insider told the publication: "This is a big year for Susan and she is very much stepping back into the limelight with her AGT champions appearance being just the start".

Susan Boyle returned to the stage on "America's Got Talent" and received the prestigious "Golden Buzzer". However, all the attention catapulted her into the spotlight, where she released her debut album I Dreamed a Dream.

Despite being a runner-up on the show, she went on to sell over 25 million records worldwide.