Connie Talbot of Britain & # 39; s Got Talent stunned Simon Cowell as the now 18-year-old RETURN

Connie Talbot of Britain & # 39; s Got Talent bewildered Simon Cowell as the now 18-year-old RETURNS for Champions series 12 years later (this time with teeth!)

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Connie Talbot has returned to Britain & # 39; s Got Talent, 12 years after making the 2007 final with her angelic voice.

Now 18, the singer stunned long-standing chief judge Simon Cowell as she entered the stage to try her hand at winning BGT: The Champions.

In scenes that will be broadcast in the coming weeks, Simon stands face to face with the singer, shocked to see her again.

Another sting: Connie Talbot has returned to Britain & # 39; s Got Talent, 12 years after making the 2007 final with her angelic voice

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Another sting: Connie Talbot has returned to Britain & # 39; s Got Talent, 12 years after making the 2007 final with her angelic voice

& # 39; Connie, you have teeth! & # 39; the music magnate jokes, referring to the toothless seven-year-old who made the final more than ten years ago.

Simon then adds: & # 39; I will remember that first audition for the rest of my life. I don't think we would be sitting here now if it wasn't for you. & # 39;

What fellow long-term judge Amanda Holden agrees with: & # 39; You made yourself proud, I was so emotional. & # 39;

Connie performs her own original song to compete for The Champions crown and plays the piano for jury members – including Alesha Dixon and David Walliams, who were not part of the show at the time.

Then and now: Connie was seven when she first appeared in the show 12 years ago (photo)

Then and now: Connie was seven when she first appeared in the show 12 years ago (photo)

Then and now: Connie was seven when she first appeared in the show 12 years ago (now pictured)

Then and now: Connie was seven when she first appeared in the show 12 years ago (now pictured)

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Then and now: Connie was seven when she first appeared on the show 12 years ago

Cherished talent: Connie performs her own original song to compete for the Champions crown and plays the piano for the jury members

Cherished talent: Connie performs her own original song to compete for the Champions crown and plays the piano for the jury members

Cherished talent: Connie performs her own original song to compete for the Champions crown and plays the piano for the jury members

Shock! In scenes that will be broadcast in the coming weeks, Simon comes face to face with the singer, shocked to see her again

Shock! In scenes that will be broadcast in the coming weeks, Simon comes face to face with the singer, shocked to see her again

Colleague long-term judge Amanda Holden agrees: & You have done yourself proud, I was so emotional & # 39;

Colleague long-term judge Amanda Holden agrees: & You have done yourself proud, I was so emotional & # 39;

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Shock! In scenes that will be broadcast in the coming weeks, Simon comes face to face with the singer, shocked to see her again

About her return, Connie said: “When I look back, it's like it's a different person, I was so small and had no teeth.

& # 39; I still can't believe I made it to the final. It didn't bother me that I didn't win, I was happy to be there.

& # 39; It is a risk to put yourself back in the jury, but winning Britain & # 39; s Got Talent: The Champions would be the perfect end. & # 39;

Concerning her return, Connie said: & # 39; When I look back, it's like it's a different person, I was so small and had no teeth & # 39;

Concerning her return, Connie said: & # 39; When I look back, it's like it's a different person, I was so small and had no teeth & # 39;

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Concerning her return, Connie said: & # 39; When I look back, it's like it's a different person, I was so small and had no teeth & # 39;

Throwback! Amanda and Simon saw Connie & # 39; s BGT tour playing in 2007 when they were still on the jury committee

Throwback! Amanda and Simon saw Connie & # 39; s BGT tour playing in 2007 when they were still on the jury committee

Throwback! Amanda and Simon saw Connie & # 39; s BGT tour playing in 2007 when they were still on the jury committee

Connie is now a sweet hand on Instagram and Twitter, with 162,000 followers on her Instagram account, where her bio reads: & # 39; I love singing and writing songs lol & # 39 ;.

The images on her verified account range from recordings of her singing to snaps that show off her chic flare for fashion in a range of hip ensembles.

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In 2016, the budding singer admitted that she was in the BGT auditions years ago about her & # 39; chipmunk voice & # 39; had smothered – despite the fact that she had released five albums before she was 16.

The teenager lost to Welsh opera singer Paul Potts in the final of BGT and therefore did not win the recording contract, as he did.

Connie is now a dab hand on Instagram and Twitter, with 162,000 followers on her Instagram account, where her bio reads: & # 39; I love singing and writing songs lol & # 39;

Connie is now a dab hand on Instagram and Twitter, with 162,000 followers on her Instagram account, where her bio reads: & # 39; I love singing and writing songs lol & # 39;

Connie is nowadays a dab hand on Instagram and Twitter, with 162,000 followers on her Instagram account, where her bio reads: & # 39; I love to sing and write songs lol & # 39;

New day: she later admitted that schoolwork was more important to her, but that she & # 39; no idea & # 39; had what she would do if singing did not work

New day: she later admitted that schoolwork was more important to her, but that she & # 39; no idea & # 39; had what she would do if singing did not work

New day: she later admitted that schoolwork was more important to her, but that she & # 39; no idea & # 39; had what she would do if singing did not work

Since then, however, she went to Los Angeles at the age of 11 to work with Beyonce's producer and has been working tirelessly on her music career ever since.

She later admitted that schoolwork was more important to her, but that she & # 39; no idea & # 39; had what she would do if singing did not work.

& # 39; I think I was too little to get upset because I didn't get a record deal. I just wanted to go to the show and meet Simon (Cowell). I was not upset at all & # 39 ;, she said later. & # 39; You would have thought Simon would be scary, but he was sweet. & # 39;

Britain & # 39; s Got Talent: The Champions starts at 8 p.m. on ITV.

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