Susan Boyle made an appearance on 'America's Got Talent,' and rightfully earned her spot in the grand final of the talent competition.
The 'America's Got Talent: The Champions' edition of the show sees previous 'Got Talent' winners and finalists return. They will compete against each-other in the hopes of potentially winning the series (again). Also worth noting is that the show is hosted by the legend that is Terry Crews.
The contestants aren't just limited to past American 'Got Talent' winners however, and is open to other formats of the show from around the world; hence, why Susan Boyle is able to feature.
Now if you'll remember, Susan Boyle took part in season three of 'Britain's Got Talent' in 2009. She stole everyone's heart when she appeared on stage in Glasgow, shutting up the previously uninterested audience. Here's a reminder of that moment.
SuBo went onto the final, where she lost out to dancing group Diversity.
However, the singer went on to great success. She secured Britain's best-selling debut album with 'I Dreamed A Dream,' which also went straight to number one in the Irish chart. To date, Boyle has sold over 25 million records worldwide.
And now, Susan Boyle has returned to 'America's Got Talent' to sing for judge Simon Cowell for the first time in nine years.
Singing The Rolling Stones' 'Wild Horses,' Boyle gets a ticket straight into the final, after judge Mel B presses the all-important golden buzzer.
Have a look at the emotional return of SuBo below.
— America's Got Talent (@AGT) January 8, 2019
Time will tell if Boyle will finally be able to win the talent competition; the final of the show is due to take place in February.