BRITAIN’S Got Talent child star Connie Talbot has certainly been living the high life since finding fame on the reality TV show 12 years ago.
The singer, now 18, has made her return to the BGT stage for The Champions but it seems she’s no stranger to the bright lights of showbiz.
Showing off her glamorous life on Instagram, Connie still regularly travels the globe to perform for fans and embarked on a European tour earlier this year with pop band Boyce Avenue.
She’s also a familiar face at movie premieres, recently rubbing shoulders with Elton John, Taron Egerton and Bryce Dallas-Howard at the Rocketman screening.
And life away from the spotlight isn’t any less impressive as the teen drives around in a white MINI Countryman – which retails from £22,600.
Her bedroom is seriously glam with a sprawling king-size bed, glitzy silver furnishings and – best of all – her very own piano.
Holidays aren’t in short supply either, with Connie regularly posting snaps of herself enjoying trips around the world.
The teen has already had two impressive breaks in the last month alone, the first to an undisclosed tropical location and the second to Chengdu, China.
Documenting her East Asian adventure on Instagram, Connie revealed she’d flown business class and was even gifted free chocolates by Harrods.
She lived it up in the very plush Temple House hotel, where rooms are priced at around £255 a night, and even paid a visit to the world’s largest Gucci store.
Connie shocked music boss Simon when she made her return for The Champions series in an effort to win the show.
He told her: “Connie, you have teeth!”
When she first appeared on the talent competition as a seven-year-old, Connie was famously missing her front teeth after her baby teeth fell out before the audition.
He added: “I will remember that first audition for the rest of my life. I don’t think we’d be sitting here now if it wasn’t for you.”
Connie, who performed her own original song for her new performance, said: “When I look back it is like it’s a different person, I was so small and had no teeth.
“I still can’t believe I made it to the final. It didn’t upset me that I didn’t win, I was happy to be there.
“It is a risk to put yourself back in front of the judges, but winning Britain’s Got Talent: The Champions would be the perfect ending.”
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