Susan Boyle is under two hours away from the decision that could make or break her humble Scottish life. The singing sensation just delivered her final performance on UK television competition Britain’s Got Talent.
The singer chose “I Dreamed A Dream” as her last song, the same that made her a household name just weeks ago.
A winner will be revealed after votes from the British public are tallied.
“If I win this people will see I’m not just the person sitting at home with the cat. They’ll see a new Susan Boyle – Susan Boyle the singer. I can walk down the street and be proud of who I am,” Boyle said before her performance.
‘Win or lose, you had the guts to come back here tonight, face your critics–and you beat them,” judge Simon Cowell said.
Boyle’s biggest competition, 12-year-old Shaheen Jafargholi, got a standing ovation from the judges for his rendition of The Jackson Five’s “Who’s Loving You.”
Little Hollie Steel, only 10, made it through her entire final performance without bursting into tears. She performed a falsetto ballad of the character Christine’s from “Phantom of The Opera.”