Connie Talbot won over the nation on the first series of Britain's Got Talent back in 2007 as an adorable gap-toothed six-year-old.
But now, the little star has grown up into a teenager and looks completely different (obviously!) in new pics shared to her verified Instagram account.
Showing off her long blonde locks and blue eyes, 17-year-old Connie posed in a black crop top and a pair of denim jeans.
Probably as a guest that would be amazing, but probably not as a contestant no.
She captioned the shot: "What you up to today friendss."
Connie found fame when she appeared on the talent show when she was just six. She made it through to the final but missed out on the winning spot to opera singer Paul Potts.
The star wowed judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan with her incredible vocals, even leaving Amanda in tears.
Singing Over The Rainbow on stage in front of thousands, the little girl oozed confidence.
And it definitely paid off because she ended up signing with Rainbow Recording Company to release her debut album in November 2007.
Since her stint on the show 11 years ago, Connie has released five hit albums.
The teen also has her own YouTube channel, where she performs covers of songs and others which she has written herself. The channel has over one million subscribers.
Back in 2016, Connie appeared on ITV's Loose Women to talk about what she's been up to since her BGT days.
She revealed at the time that she was taking her GCSEs and working on music on the side.
When asked if she would ever return to the show that made her a sensation overnight, she admitted: "Probably as a guest that would be amazing, but probably not as a contestant no."
Meanwhile, earlier this week, Connie shared a video of herself singing and playing the piano to Aretha Franklin's I Say a Little Prayer.
She shared the video shortly after Aretha passed away at the age of 76 last week.
She captioned the clip: "Queen of Soul."
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