Unforgettable Moment! Susan Boyle’s First Audition Was This Iconic Rendition of “I Dreamed A Dream” From Les Miserables.

The Britain’s Got Talent alum made her mark in 2009 auditioning for the show with “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables. However, in the years that have followed, we’ve seen her tackle everything from Madonna to Tina Turner and nail it every single time.

Susan Boyle rewears her iconic Britain's Got Talent gold dress 11 YEARS  after first audition | The Scottish SunThat said, sentimental ballads are really Boyle’s sweet spot. Songs like “Away in a Manger” and “O Holy Night” just feel more special with her vocals on them. So when Boyle decided to cover the Leonard Cohen staple “Hallelujah,” we knew we were in for something spectacular.

Don’t believe us? Listen to Boyle’s version of the song further down this article, and become transformed.Odd duck to diva: How Susan Boyle became an unlikely star 10 years ago

“Hallelujah” appears on Cohen’s 1984 album Various Positions. It’s been covered many times but gained particular attention when John Cale and Rufus Wainwright’s versions appeared in the Shrek (2001) movie and soundtrack, respectively.

Watch her performance below:

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