Connie Talbot to sing at Chinese New Year celebrations

Connie Talbot, the young Britain's Got Talent finalist from Streetly, will perform in front of 400 million viewers at China's New Year celebrations. The 10-year-old recently returned from Seoul, South Korea. She performed in front of world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the G20 summit.

Connie Talbot thrills fans in South Korea

Songbird Connie Talbot performed to millions of people when a concert in South Korea was broadcast worldwide. The nine-year-old, of Streetly, sang her signature tune Somewhere Over the Rainbow at a concert in Seoul to celebrate the forthcoming G20 world leaders summit being held there later this week. Three years since she achieved celebrity status on Britain's Got Talent, the youngster's star shows no signs of fading.

Britain's Got Talent Connie Talbot sings for arson-hit school

Ten-year-old singing sensation Connie Talbot hit the high notes at a festive fundraiser for a fire-ravaged Wolverhampton primary school, delighting a packed Bilston Town Hall.

How Simon Cowell's gap-toothed little reject Connie Talbot conquered the world

In Korea, she's a superstar. In China, she's about to sing to 400 million. Oh, and George Clooney's proposed to her. So why hasn't Britain recognised ten-year-old Connie's true talent?