Almost a decade after her first audition, Susan Boyle has made a triumphant return to TV onAmerica's Got Talent: The Champions.
Susan Boyle performing on America's Got Talent: The Champions.
Presenter Terry Crews and judge Heidi Klum have both sung the 57-year-old I Dreamed A Dream singer's praises on Twitter, getting us even more excited to see her perform once again in the upcoming finals. "I want to be the woman that gives you something that you deserve", Mel B said before slamming the golden buzzer. "You're the one. You made a huge difference to a lot of people and I'm absolutely thrilled that you are here". "I want that jaw-dropping moment, ' because you are what the show is", Howie Mandel added.
Her first audition, a rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables, famously stunned the audience and judges alike.
Each show contains 10 acts and British teen Hadwin, who reached the America's Got Talent final past year, is set to appear.
"The anniversary of her audition which made headlines around the world is the ideal time to launch a career comeback, and Simon and Susan are both very excited about the year ahead".
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The No. 14 ranked Goerges defeated the 18-year-old Andreescu (2-6, 7-5, 6-1) to capture the title for the second year in a row. It was by no means flawless in the second set - Andreescu broke back in the eighth game to get back on level terms.
Asked if she saw herself as a champion, Susan said: "For those who, maybe, don't have the confidence to do things, for those that don't have a voice, the ones who people tend to ignore".
Simon Cowell told Susan she was the "defining" contestant of the Got Talent series.
Susan's debut studio album, I Dreamed a Dream, was the UK's best-selling debut album of all time.
She then got a standing ovation from the audience for her performance.
She went on to release several more albums and received two Grammy nominations.
Another added: "Susan Boyle is back and she looks hotter than ever folks!"