Britain's Got Talent child star Connie Talbot looks all grown up as she releases her SEVENTH album at the age of 15

The six-year-old from Streetly, West Midlands, won hearts with her captivating performance but eventually lost out to opera singer Paul Potts in the 2007 final.Now 15, the singer, who releases a new album this week, looks very different to the gap-toothed youngster who charmed with the Eva Cassidy classic in her first audition.

Britain's Got Talent star Connie Talbot is all grown up!

Her newest album will hit shelves this week, and features a number of songs co-written by the talented teenager. It also includes covers of some popular tracks, like The Rembrandts' I'll Be There For You, as made famous by Friends, and Katy Perry's Roar.

Britain's Got Talent's Connie Talbot, 15, sends Twitter into a frenzy as she makes TV comeback NINE years after debut

Connie had fans rushing to Twitter to say how 'beautiful' she and her voice had become - even though she confessed to cringing about her 'chipmunk voice' at the auditions, now nine years ago.

Britain's Got Talent's 6-year-old singing sensation Connie Talbot all grown up - in pictures

"Since the first Britain's Got Talent, I've taught myself to play piano and guitar," she told the Birmingham Mail. "I've written most of the songs myself this time around. That's been a great experience." Connie has already achieved worldwide acclaim and is currently managed by her mum and dad – but she said she's keen to keep her education a top priority.

Connie Talbot looks unrecognisableas she makes her TV comeback

Wearing a sixties style patchwork skirt and a pale pink polo neck with her long blonde hair in waves, the 15-year-old performed her latest single on the show, which was met with overwhelming approval by viewers.