Susan Boyle gets ‘Golden Buzzer’ on return to ‘America’s Got Talent’

Susan Boyle and Simon Cowell share ‘beautiful’ moment

Susan Boyle and Simon Cowell share ‘beautiful’ moment

"I just want to say what an absolute honor and pleasure it is to be sitting and listening to you". Hope you all enjoy this performance!

But Susan Boyle she's the definition of the LEGENDARY audition!

The first episode of America's Got Talent: The Champions just aired and eight acts were sent home on night one.

Deciding to have fun with one of the biggest stars that have come out of Britain's Got Talent, Simon Cowell jokingly asked for Boyle's name before he said: "God, this brings back so many memories".

Her first audition, a rendition of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Miserables, famously stunned the audience and judges alike.

Meanwhile, Heidi shared a selfie with the talented West Lothian native with her 5.18million Twitter followers, writing: 'I was SO excited when I found out that Susan Boyle was going to be on #AGTChampions!'

Another added: "Susan Boyle is back and she looks hotter than ever folks!" I'm glad I stepped on that stage.

Panelist Mel B went beyond words to praise the now 57-year-old singer, slamming the Golden Buzzer to vault her into the finals.

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"I want to be the woman to give you something that you deserve", she said as she stood up and hit the "Golden Buzzer".

"I can't think of any other contestant who has defined this show better than you", Simon Cowell said after her performance, almost a decade after watching Boyle belt out "I Dreamed a Dream" from the musical Les Miserables during her original audition.

One user commented: "Love love love YOU!"

"Susan, I'm genuinely beyond thrilled that you're here tonight", Cowell told Boyle.

Her debut album titled I Dreamed a Dream also shot to the number one spot in the United Kingdom album charts, where it remained for four weeks.

Boyle's cover of Wild Horses reached number nine in the United Kingdom singles chart in December 2009 - her highest entry.

Since the show, Boyle has sold more than 20 million albums and had two Grammy nominations.

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