Susan Boyle through to Britain's Got Talent final after performing song from Cats
Susan Boyle fans got their fix this weekend as they watched the unlikely star make it through to the Britain’s Got Talent final.
The Scottish star – looking more glamorous with dyed hair and radiant make-up – won the vote in the first of five live televised semi-finals after receiving a standing ovation for her performance of Memory from the musical Cats.
Piers Morgan, whom she called ‘Piersy baby’.
Asked how she’d been coping with the pressure of the show, she said: ‘What pressure? It was really good tonight. I’ve enjoyed every second. And I’d do it again.’
Susan Boyle became an overnight sensation six weeks ago at the Britain’s Got Talent auditions when she sang I Dreamed a Dream.
The likes of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher raved about her performance the next day on Twitter, and her audition has since been viewed approximately 100 million times on YouTube.
Ten semi-finalists will go through to the live final, which will be aired this Saturday.
The winner will be decided by a public vote.