Who can forget Susan Boyle, after she appeared on “Britain’s Got Talent” and wowed the judges and audience alike. While Susan only gained second place, she has gone on to sell more than 20 million records and has become a household name.

As noted by USA Today, Boyle will now be competing on the American version of the show, “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.” So far, so good, as she gets the Golden Buzzer on Monday night and will be enjoying competition from other champions of the “Talent” shows from around the world.

Wild Horses couldn’t drag Susan Boyle away

While only achieving second place on the third season of “Britain’s Got Talent" back in 2009, Susan Boyle credits her achievement for helping to fulfill a dream she has had since the age of five. Selling more than 20 million records obviously also gives her confidence in her ability.

The talented singer posted a video clip on Instagram and Twitter in October to announce she was back and asking fans to watch her perform on “America’s Got Talent: The Champions.”

Monday night saw Susan on stage and competing with nine other talented acts by singing “Wild Horses,” the 1971 Rolling Stones hit.

As she hit the stage, Boyle received a standing ovation from the studio audience and judges alike for her moving performance. When she finished, she gained yet another standing ovation.

She later made a second post to thank Mel B for the Golden Buzzer and telling her fans they would see her in the finals of the talent show.

The Scottish singer defines the ‘Talent Franchise’

Judge Simon Cowell spoke after her performance, telling Susan that he couldn’t think of another contestant who has defined the “Talent” franchise better than her.

Her original audition on “Britain’s Got Talent” saw her singing the Les Miserables song “I Dreamed a Dream.” Mel B said it was “an absolute honour and pleasure” to sit there and listen to Susan’s “angelic voice.” She said she wanted to be the woman to give Boyle something she deserves when giving her the Golden Buzzer.

Susan Boyle got a makeover for ‘America’s Got Talent: The Champions’

As reported by the Metro, Susan noticeably got a beauty makeover for the show and looked stunning as she took the stage. However, the singer remains the same humble person she has always been, despite her success. The report quotes Boyle as saying she had formerly been told she had brain damage but ended up having a battle with Asperger’s Syndrome in 2013.