Paul Potts and Susan Boyle give final performances on America’s Got Talent all star series


Paul Potts and Susan Boyle have given their final performances in America’s Got Talent’s all star series The Champions.

Warning: The following article contains spoilers for those who have not watched the latest episode.

They appeared on All Star series America’s Got Talent: The Champions, representing the UK.

The brand new show features acts from Got Talent series across the world, competing together to be crowned the ultimate champion.

Paul and Susan both got through to the final this week after singing in separate heats last month. Susan was given the golden buzzer by Mel B while Paul topped the Superfan vote.

In the final, both reprised their very original auditions on Britain’s Got Talent.

Winner of the first ever series of BGT, Paul performed Nessun dorma from Turandot.

Howie said: “I loved it, I’m not an opera fan, I’m a Paul Potts fan. It was perfection.”

Simon told Paul: “The underdog who was written off by the music business won the first season of Britain’s Got Talent and you got the career you wanted.

“I’ve a feeling you’ve a really good chance of winning after that. It was brilliant.”

Susan went on to close the show with her cover of I Dreamed a Dream from Les Misérables.

Mel B told her: “You are so classy, and elegant and effortless. If I had another golden buzzer I’d press it again and again and again for you.”

Simon added: “That really took me back all those years. I’ve got goosebumps on my goosebumps.”

Joining the pair in the final are singer Kechi Okwuchi, Extreme Knife Throwers Deadly Games, Opera/Rock Singer Cristina Ramos, singer Brian Justin Crum, singer Angelica Hale and comedian Preacher Lawson.

The results and winner of the All Star series will be revealed next week.

Other acts who competed on behalf of Britain’s Got Talent but did not make the final included Dancing Dog Act Ashleigh and Sully, Shadow Theatre group Attraction, Extreme Rollerskating Duo Billy & Emily England, mini magician Issy Simpson and Illusionist Darcy Oake.

Also going out in the heats were reigning BGT winner, comedian Lost Voice Guy, dancers Light Balance, pianist Tokio Myers and sword swallower Alex Magala.

The show airs on NBC in the States on Mondays.

UK viewers can watch on Netflix with new episodes uploaded on Wednesdays.