Susan Boyle wins hearts at Britain’s Got Talent tour openingJune 13th, 2009 - 12:28 pm ICT by ANI
London, June 13 (ANI): Susan Boyle stunned the crowd at Birmingham with her recent jaw-dropping comeback on the opening date of the Britain’s Got Talent tour.
The show’s runner-up, who had left her tour appearance for speculation until last minute, wooed 5,000 euphoric fans, who gave her a standing ovation for her performance at the National Indoor Arena.
The Scottish songbird, in a new hairdo and a grey sequined dress, sang her famous version of Les Miserables’ song Dreamed A Dream, that shot her to stardom after her show audition.
The singing sensation later lent her vocals for Memory from West End show Cats following which the crowd rose to their feet as she took a bow.
The 48-year-old performed for the first time in public since her four-day stint at a rehab clinic following exhaustion after facing defeat in the show’s finals.
Other performers sharing the stage with Susan included DJ Talent, BGT winners Diversity, Stavros Flatley, last year’s winner George Sampson, 11-year-old dancer Aidan Davis, saxophonist Julian Smith and singing rugby player Shaun Smith. (ANI)
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