Susan Boyle Blows Simon Cowell Away With Her Rendition Of Les Miserable Hit
Renowned singer Susan Boyle is currently competing on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.” When she first appeared on the show, she was able to get the Golden Buzzer for her rendition of The Rolling Stones’ 1971 hit “Wild Horses.”
This coming week, Boyle will be competing on the finals of the show. Now, a video of her performance on the finals has leaked, and people all over the world can’t get enough of it!
The video opens with Boyle appearing onstage in a glittering sheath dress. She has sold over 20 million records over the years, and she tells the audience that “ever since I was a tiny tot, I loved to sing.”
Boyle was incredibly shy as a child, and singing was the only thing that gave her confidence. Her mother encouraged her to sing in the church choir, and it was only after her mother passed away that Boyle gathered the courage to “chase my dream.” She feels that her mother has been with her very step of the way.
“Everybody has dreams, you have to follow those dreams. I feel I’ve been given that chance,” she said.
In the finals of “AGT: The Champions,” Boyle is performing the “Les Miserable” song “I Dreamed a Dream,” which was the song that launched her career when she auditioned for “Britain’s Got Talent” ten years ago.
Boyle completely brings the house down with her performance, earning a standing ovation from the judges! The notoriously difficult to please Simon Cowell even loved it, telling her that it took him back to her first audition ten years ago.
“You are truly a champion,” Simon told her.
Check out her performance for yourself below!