Susan Boyle, 58, revisited the famous moment she took to the stage on Britain’s Got Talent to perform I Dreamed A Dream during her stint on America’s Got Talent: The Champions this year. The singer performed her audition song with a fresh twist during the quarterfinals on the show. Reminiscing about what the iconic Les Misérables song means to her, Susan admitted she relates to its message. Susan explained to People magazine: “It’s something I can relate to,
I started off having a hard time and things have become brighter and better.
“It’s about a lady who, more or less, was left on her own with nothing.
“Lots was taken away from her and she had to rebuild her life again.”
The Scottish star added: “I started off having a hard time and things have become brighter and better.”
After Susan sang, judge Simon Cowell gushed about how her performance gave him “goosebumps”.
He said on the programme: “Every time she comes on, particularly that song I Dreamed a Dream, I get goosebumps,
“I remember that moment like it was yesterday. I remember her walking out with a microphone and thinking, ‘Oh please God, don’t be a singer. She’s not going to