Denying Britain's Got Talent is looking like a "one horse race" since contestant Susan Boyle's sensational performance swept the globe with over 18 million YouTube hits, Simon Cowell has teased TV watchers with the words: "There are some acts that you haven't seen yet".
Susan, a 48-year-old charity worker from Scotland, has undeniably garnered the lion's share of the spotlight, though, after stunning audiences with her rendition Les Miserables number of I Dreamed A Dream. And bookies are now offering the shortest odds ever at this early stage in the show on her to win.
As Simon's comments emerged so did a 1999 recording of Susan singing Ella Fitzgerald classic Cry Me A River. It featured on a record entitled Music For The Millennium Celebration, a 1000 issues of which were funded by a local newspaper.
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