Susan Boyle made a triumphant return to the reality show stage on ‘America’s Got Talent” on Monday, Jan. 7, 2019.
Susan Boyle, who stunned the audience and judges nearly a decade ago, during her audition on “Britain’s Got Talent,” made a triumphant return to the stage Monday on ” America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”
Boyle, 57, appeared for the first time on “Britain’s Got Talent” in 2009 and won over the audience with her rendition of “I dreamed a Dream.” They knew not to win the match, but they finished second.
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Boyle said that she decided to return to the show for a second chance and would “love to win” this time.
When she came on stage, all the judges, especially Simon Cowell, looked surprised.
“Susan, I’m really beyond glad that you’re here tonight,” Cowell said Boyle.
The singer chose to perform The Rolling Stones’ song “Wild Horses.” After her performance, Mel B of the Spice Girls told Boyle it was “an honour and a pleasure” to hear her sing for tolling on the golden buzzer. Golden confetti fell from the ceiling on an emotional Boyle. Cowell walked up to the stage to give Boyle a big hug.
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Boyle said she was humbled by the reaction of the audience and the judges. The show was a bit of a comeback for Boyle. She released her last album, “A Wonderful World’, in 2016. Since her appearance in the reality show in 2009, Boyle went on to sell more than 20 million records and earn two Grammy nominations, the BBC reported.
“America’s Got Talent: The Champions’ airs on Monday on NBC and brings past participants who were fan favorites.