Connie Talbot rose to fame on the first series of BGT
The gap-toothed youngster from Birmingham went on to secure a place in the final, after singing a moving rendition of Over the Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz.
Despite Paul Potts triumphing on the big night, the little girl's debut album went gold in the UK just months later, selling 250,000 copies.Fast forward nine years and with a full set of pearly whites, Connie couldn't look more different as she prepares for the release of her seventh offering.
Sporting long brunette tresses, the singer has developed a much more mature sound and there's not a girly patterned dress in sight.
The singer was beaten by Paul Potts in the final Connie's new 13-track album Matters To Me will be available to buy and download from Friday.
It reportedly features a mix of her own co-written songs and classic covers, including Friends theme tune I'll Be There For You.
The talented teen has been touring ever since she first sang for the panel, made up of Simon, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.
Connie is now 15 and gearing up for the release of her seventh album