'Britain's Got Talent' finalist became the new YouTube sensation when she showed amazing vocal during the audition on Saturday, April 11.
This is what is called an instant success. Susan Boyle, a 47-year-old unemployed church volunteer auditioned for U.K.'s show "Britain's Got Talent", received standing ovation from the audience and went on to become Internet sensation. She was then invited to sing at CBS' "Early Show" on April 16.
Her astounding performance in the audition week of the British show prompted national curiosity that results in over six million hits on YouTube. She sang "I Dreamed a Dream" from "Les Miserable" and wowed the judges that include Simon Cowell. She got three 'yes' and advanced to the next round.
But the words of her talent traveled through the States that "The Early Show" would like her to appear on the show, singing from her kitchen in Scotland. Anchorwoman Maggie Rodriguez announced the performance on last night's "CBS Evening News." It will air at 7 A.M. on WKMG-Channel 6.