Susan Boyle Performs On DWTS With Pained Expression [Video]

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Susan Boyle looked like she’d rather be doing just about anything else than performing on Dancing with the Stars Tuesday night. From the very beginning, the 51-year-old Scottish singer looked uncomfortable — to say the least.

With a pained expression on her face, Boyle  was joined by DWTS’ season 9 champ Donny Osmond to sing their own rendition of Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse’s “This Is the Moment,” which will be featured on Boyle’s upcoming album.

Osmond took notice of Boyle’s stage fight and held her hand as she sang to help calm her nerves. This was Boyle’s third time performing on Dancing With The Stars.

Check out a video of the performance below!

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Photo Credit: Samir Hussein/Getty Images

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