On Monday, Scottish singer Susan Boyle, 57, returned to the stage on America’s Got Talent. Her decision to return after being discovered in 2009 on Britain’s Got Talent was an easy one for Boyle. “I'm a champion for those who maybe don't have the confidence to do things and for those who maybe don't have a voice; the ones who people tend to ignore. I feel I'm a champion for them,” she says.
“So I couldn't possibly walk away from a second chance to prove myself. I just thought I had an unfulfilled promise,” adds a determined Boyle who came in second place on Britain’s Got Talent. Susan performed “Wild Horses” by The Rolling Stones and earned the golden buzzer from Mel B who tells Boyle, “you should have gotten that the first time.”
Boyle’s last album release came in 2016 with “A Wonderful World” via Syco/Colombia Records. She has sold 20 million albums worldwide.
I was absolutely thrilled when I was invited to perform on #AGTChampions. The crowds reaction was unbelievable and to then have the golden buzzer from Mel B.. I was speechless!— Susan Boyle (@SusanBoyle) January 8, 2019
I had the time of my life being back on the stage singing Wild Horses after all these years! @AGT pic.twitter.com/PBvT8cJEH6
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