Remember sweet Connie Talbot from Britain's Got Talent? Well she's all grown up now
She shot to fame in 2007.
It's been over ten years since she first appeared on our screens, and we cannot get over the transformation.
Yes, little Connie Talbot reduced the Britains Got Talent judges to tears back in 2007 when she came out at just six-years-old and performed Somewhere Over The Rainbow.
She appeared on the show’s first season and went on to make it all the way to the grand final eventually losing out to singer Paul Potts.
Despite placing second, she went on to release four solo albums since the show and continues to post videos of herself singing on her social media profiles.
However, her latest post has us feeling the years that have passed as the now 17-year-old looks totally unrecognisable from the gap-toothed singer we all fell in love with over ten years ago.
Posting a selfie with her 162,000 followers on Instagram, Connie proved she’s come a long way since the BGT stage.
And her voice has only gotten stronger.
Sharing a video tribute to Aretha Franklin earlier this week, Connie simply captioned the post:
“Queen of soul”.
Lads, to say we’re shook by the transformation is an understatement.