- Publish Date
- Monday, 15 April 2019, 10:22AM
It has been 10 years since Susan Boyle shot to fame on Britain's Got Talent with her beautiful cover of the famous Les Misérables track 'I Dreamed A Dream'.
Wowing the judges and the audience with her pitch-perfect vocals, it was the performance that turned her into an overnight sensation.
To mark the anniversary of her first audition, the 58-year-old returned to the stage for an emotional comeback.
Looked sensational in a sequinned dress and glittering jewellery, the Scottish singer was unrecognisable from her very first time on the show.
The star's look was complimented with delicate make-up and perfectly blow-dried hair which was styled into a chic half-up, half-down do.
Receiving a standing ovation for the jaw-dropping performance, judge Simon Cowell made his way onto the stage to comfort her.
"Still got the magic, Susan, haven't you?" he could be heard saying.
He added: "Thank you for coming back."
Susan finished as runner-up in the third season of the competition, narrowly losing out to dance group Diversity.
Despite not winning, she went on to launch a successful career, selling 20 million records.