Published: Tue, January 08, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

WATCH Susan Boyle's VERY glamorous performance on America's Got Talent

WATCH Susan Boyle's VERY glamorous performance on America's Got Talent

Susan gained fame when she appeared on "Britain's Got Talent" in 2009, where she performed "I Dreamed a Dream".

Boyle, 57, chose to perform "Wild Horses", the same song she sang during her first-ever America's Got Talent appearance in 2009.

A third wrote: "I pray you win the champion". "Your angelic voice and I want to be the woman who gives you something you deserve", Mel B gushed.

Susan Boyle recently made a stunning return to reality competition TV with a breathtaking, Golden Buzzer-worthy performance on America's Got Talent: The Champions.

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

Susan Boyle returned to the stage on "America's Got Talent" and received the prestigious "Golden Buzzer". Despite not being an official champion, Boyle proudly said, "For those who maybe don't have the confidence to do things, for those who maybe don't have a voice, the ones who people tend to ignore, I feel I'm a champion for them". "Coming in second doesn't meant you lost, it's an unfulfilled promise".

SuBo's television comeback has been hotly anticipated for months now and she shared a 'beautiful' moment with Simon Cowell when they reunited on the show.

"I had no idea but I'm glad I stayed on that stage..."

Meanwhile, Heidi shared a selfie with the talented West Lothian native with her 5.18million Twitter followers, writing: 'I was SO excited when I found out that Susan Boyle was going to be on #AGTChampions!' However, all the attention catapulted her into the spotlight, where she released her debut album I Dreamed a Dream.

"I can't think of any other contestant who has defined this show better than you", Simon Cowell said after her performance, almost a decade after watching Boyle belt out "I Dreamed a Dream" from the musical Les Miserables during her original audition.

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

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