Susan Boyle Delivers a Stunning Performance in “Britain’s Got Talent” Finals

Susan Boyle Delivers a Stunning Performance in “Britain’s Got Talent” Finals

Susan Boyle turned in a triumphantly stunning performance in the finals of the “Britain’s Got Talent” television show on Saturday. Now the 48-year-old singer must wait until later tonight for the results of the public vote to be revealed. The winner will earn a 100,000 pound ($159,000) prize and the chance to perform before Queen Elizabeth II at the Royal Variety Show.

Boyle, wearing a sparkling floor-length gown, performed with confidence as she returned to the song that she sang at her first appearance on the show, I Dreamed A Dream from Les Miserables. Her performance was much more polished and animated than in previous performances. After her performance, Boyle acknowledged she had felt pressure building up in the weeks leading up to the finals. But Simon Cowell told Boyle, “Win or lose, you had the guts to come back here tonight, face your critics and you beat them.”

Susan Boyle Delivers a Stunning Performance in “Britain’s Got Talent” Finals

A video of the final decision for the “Britain’s Got Talent” winner can be viewed here.

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The Dead Pirates’ Wood: A Dirty Melody

The Dead Pirates’ Wood: A Dirty Melody

Wood is a gorgeous 3d/2d animated short film/music video that was created by the acclaimed French illustrator McBess (Matthieu Bessudo), in collaboration with French 3d/2d animator Simon Landrein, for their band The Dead Pirates. The whole piece is visually beautiful in its reduced color palette and soft shadows, a short film that’s demented, crazily detailed, fun and oozing with style.

The Dead Pirates’ Wood: A Dirty Melody

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Photo of the Day: Cabs and Mystery Television Trash

Photo of the Day: Cabs and Mystery Television Trash

Photography by: Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

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