Monday, June 1, 2009

Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream (Video): Susan Boyle Britain’s Got Talent Final 2009

Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream (Video): Susan Boyle Britain’s Got Talent Final 2009
Here is the Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream Britain’s Got Talent Final performance video. See new photos and the video here of the Susan Boyle May 30, 2009 performance in the BGT final 2009.The long awaited Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream final performance took place on May 30, 2009 on the Britain’s Got Talent final. She sang the song from Les Miserables that brought her worldwide acclaim. The previously unknown 47-year-old singer from Blackburn, West Lothian, Scotland has achieved global stardom, as she returned to compete on the reality TV show that brought her such breathtaking fame.

Today we witnessed the Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream video destined to go viral along with all the others. It seems like a lifetime ago that the singer was unknown, and winning acclaim with a brilliant Britain’s Got Talent ‘I Dreamed A Dream’ audition which pitted her against skeptical audiences and judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan who could not have imagined what was in store.

Anticipated continued to build after her Britain’s Got Talent semi-final performance on May 24, 2009 in which she sang “Memory” from the musical Cats, overcoming a shaky and faltering start to deliver a stellar performance which has also gone viral as she continues to grow in popularity.The Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream video performance comes after the international star has had tumultuous weeks of scrutiny and tabloid headlines that have gone along with the acclaim and goodwill worldwide.

She has delivered a stellar comeback performance. Although she did not win Britain’s Got Talent — she placed second after the Diversity Dance Troupe, her performance was no less remarkable.Piers Morgan noting she had a difficult week in the center of the world’s attention said, “All I kept thinking is all you have to do is walk down that stage to that microphone and sing the song better than you did last time.” He went on to say, I’m not to say this as a judge, but forget it, “That was the greatest performance in Britain’s Got Talent history,” and went on to tell her he loved it and she should win.

Amanda Holden said, I have never heard such powerful, confident vocals. I echo what Piers said. You did it for Scotland. You did it for Great Britain. She went on to say, ‘Simon had a tear in his eye and I’ve never seen that before.’Simon Cowell said, I don’t know who’s going to win, and went on to tell her, Win or lose, you have the guts to come back her tonight to face your critics and you did that and beat them. That’s the most important thing. He went on to say he got to know the real Susan Boyle who is still a very nice, shy person. He said, You can walk away with your head held high. I absolutely adore you.

It was a triumph for the singer.There had been concerns about a Susan Boyle meltdown after incidents reported in the press, and splashed in tabloid headlines. Judge Piers Morgan has spoken in her defense.Susan Boyle issued a statement letting the world know in no uncertain terms of her determination to perform and in the hours approaching the May 30 Britain’s Got Talent finale, all signs began to look hopeful for the international star.

Susan Boyle winner…or someone else? As it turned out, the someone else was the Diversity dance troupe.All told, there was a strong field of contestants all vying to win in the Britain’s Got Talent final including the 10-year-old Hollie Steel who sang ‘I Could Have Danced All Night’ and then overcame a meltdown in the semi-final to deliver an outstanding performance of ‘Edelweiss.’ There was also a 12-year-old singer, Shaheen Jafargholi who performed the Michael Jackson hit Who’s Loving You and continued to impress with the Dreamgirls hit ‘And I’m Telling You, and the accomplished saxophonist Julian Smith who placed third.

The Susan Boyle I Dreamed a Dream performance in The Britain’s Got Talent final on May 30, 2009 brings us the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 winner who in addition to performing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Show will receive a £100,000 cash prize.


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