Diversity beat Susan Boyle in Britain’s Got Talent 2009 (video)

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Street dancers Diversity beat Susan Boyle into second place in a surprise victory in the Britain’s Got Talent final on Saturday.

The energetic dance group, which includes three sets of brothers, took the 100,000-pound ($159,000) prize and will perform for the Royal Variety Show before the queen.

Susan, who chose to sing again the song that first brought her fame, I Dreamed a Dream, was gracious in defeat—saying “the best people won” and wishing them “all the best”.

Following Boyle’s swan song, Piers Morgan said: “I’m not supposed that favor anyone, I should be impartial, but you know what, forget it. That was the greatest performance I’ve seen in Britain’s Got Talent history. You should win this competition. I loved it!” Amanda Holden told the 49-year-old singer, “You sang it so well… You did it girl.  You did it for Scotland.”

Watch the videos of their performances below:

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