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30 August 2019, 08:00 | Updated: 30 August 2019, 08:01
It's been 12 years since Connie Talbot won the hearts of the nation by singing her way to the runner-up spot on the first series of Britain's Got Talent, aged just 6.
Now in her late teens, she has shown how grown up she has become thanks to a series of photos and videos on her Instagram and YouTube pages in recent years.
And now, she's making a TV comeback. Connie will return to where it all began in the first episode of Britain's Got Talent: The Champions.
The talented singer has over 188,000 Instagram followers, and she regularly posts videos of her performances from her bedroom.
Connie has also released a number of albums over the years, including her debut Over the Rainbow as a youngster, which topped the charts in Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea.
She came second to winner Paul Potts in the first series of Britain's Got Talent, and so wasn't awarded a recording contract at first.
Speaking about her disappointment, Connie later revealed: "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 [Cowell].
"I wasn’t upset by it at all. You would have thought Simon would be scary but he was sweet."
We're predicting a big future for Connie after this!