Britain’s Got Talent contestant Susan Boyle has become an internet sensation and gained Hollywood stars as fans.

Her performance of musical tune I Dreamed a Dream on Saturday night has now been watched more than five million times on YouTube, while Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have given their support to the unlikely Britain’s Got Talent singer.

The A-List Hollywood couple apparently spent Saturday night in front of YouTube and were blown away by 48-year-old Scottish charity worker Susan’s performance of the song from West End musical Les Miserables.

Ashton posted a link on social networking website Twitter to Susan’s singing on the ITV talent show and wrote: “This just made my night.”

Demi, 46, wrote a Tweet in reply saying: “You saw it made me teary!”

Just over 1.4 million people ‘follow’ the celebrity couple on Twitter and thousands clicked on the link to watch Susan sing.

The church worker, from Blackburn, West Lothian, is now an internet hit with her performance netting over five million hits on YouTube.

She has only made it through the first audition and is already being compared to previous Britain’s Got Talent winner, opera star Paul Potts.

Susan, who confessed on the show she has ‘never been kissed’, is now said to have been approached for interviews and performances as far away as the US and Australia.

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Simon Cowell is reportedly already lining up a record deal for her, and she has helped boost the song’s popularity.

Cast recordings of the track from Les Miserables have entered the official midweek singles chart and the iTunes chart.

Susan is already the bookmakers favourite to win the talent show, with odds of 5/2.

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