Connie Talbot looked all grown up as she made her first television appearance in nine years. The 15-year-old, who made headlines when she appeared on Britain's Got Talent at just six years old, appeared on Loose Women to promote her seventh album, Matters to Me.
Connie, who memorably sang Over the Rainbow when she auditioned for Simon Cowell, joked with the panel about her performance on BGT nine years ago, claiming she cringes "when I hear that chipmunk voice."
Connie chatted about her time on Britain's Got Talent
Wearing a sixties style patchwork skirt and a pale pink polo neck with her long blonde hair in waves, the 15-year-old performed her latest single on the show, which was met with overwhelming approval by viewers. One viewer posted on Twitter: "Simply put, it's the voice that captured our hearts & continues to do so :)" while another wrote: "Connie Talbot sounds even more amazing now. Can't believe it has been nine years ago she was on BGT. A future star in the making."
Connie revealed what she thought about Simon Cowell when she appeared on the show, telling the panel that he was "sweet" to her. She said: "You would have thought Simon would be scary but he was sweet."
Connie revealed she cringes when she watches her performance from 2007
After she lost out on winning the 2007 series to opera singer Paul Potts, Connie denied being disappointed after she wasn't given a record deal. She said: "I think I was too little to be upset about not being given a record deal. I just wanted to go on the show and meet Simon. I wasn’t upset by it at all."
She also revealed she has based her future on being as singer, saying she had "no idea" what she'd do if her singing career was unsuccessful.