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article imageSusan Boyle qualifies for Britain's Got Talent finals

By Chris V. Thangham     May 25, 2009 in Entertainment
The Scottish sensation Susan Boyle gave another star performance and has qualified through to the finals of “Britain’s Got Talent."
Many wondered if Susan Boyle would be able to replicate her first stunning performance on the TV show Britain’s Got Talent. Indeed she did, as she gave another strong performance during the semi-finals.
Boyle sang “Memory” from the musical “Cats.” She appeared nervous at the beginning, but went on to give a great performance. Judges Cowell, Morgan and Holden, as well as the audience, gave her a standing ovation.
Viewers picked the winners for the finals, scheduled for May 30. While the judges don't have a say in choosing the winner, they praised her performance.
Morgan told her, "Susan I thought you looked absolutely beautiful tonight. When the world was going through a pretty tough time and was looking for a bit of hope and inspiration, along came Susan Boyle to provide it."
Amanda Holden also praised her. She told Boyle, "I'm so proud that you represented Britain so well."
Cowell apologized for making fun of her the first time around when he judged her. This time he called her a “special lady."
More than 60 million people have watched her first performance “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables.
Boyle looks forward to perform in front of the Queen, as the winner of the show will get the chance to perform before the Queen in the Royal Variety Show.
She told the audience:
"All my life I've driven to prove myself. That I'm not just this little woman from Scotland...I just want that chance to perform in front of the Queen."
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