PEOPLE has an exclusive first look of Susan Boyle's finals performance that is guaranteed to impress fans and audiences

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February 07, 2019 03:00 PM

Susan Boyle is the OG Golden Buzzer winner on America’s Got Talent: The Champions — and could be the one to win it all.

After returning to the AGT stage for the first time in nine years, Boyle, 57, proved to be a frontrunner by earning judge Mel B‘s coveted prize and advancing to the finals.

PEOPLE has an exclusive first look of the two-time Grammy-nominated singer’s finals performance that is guaranteed to impress fans and audiences.

Boyle’s song choice was spot-on as she sang “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables, the same song she belted out in Britain’s Got Talent‘s season 2 audition, which made her famous.

“This is the song!” judge Howie Mandel says at the beginning of Boyle’s performance.

The song title is also the name of her debut studio album, I Dreamed a Dream, which was released in November 2009.

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Boyle is arguably one of the most recognizable and successful stars to come out of the Got Talent franchise and finalists are keeping an eye on her, including fellow Golden Buzzer winner Angelica Hale.

“I’m a little bit nervous,” Hale recently told PEOPLE of competing against Boyle, whom she called a “legend.”

And Boyle is loving the competitive spirit.

“Who doesn’t love a competition? I’ve got a competitive spirit, it drives me, and I thought, well, I didn’t win last time so let’s give it a shot,” she recently told PEOPLE. “It would be a comeback of sorts and show people there is still life in this old girl!”

In addition to competing on AGT: The Champions, Boyle has been hard at work on a new album. “It’s a fabulous new album for people to enjoy,” she said, adding that the record will “celebrate my 10-year anniversary since appearing on Britain’s Got Talent.”

Her new album will be available for pre-ordering on Friday.

AGT: The Champions airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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