In her first U.S. performance, Susan Boyle sings "Wild Horses" on "America's Got Talent"� Austin Hargrave

Everyone’s favorite Scottish singer Susan Boyle is once again stateside, this time to perform on the hit series “Dancing with the Stars.”

Boyle made her first U.S. trip to perform her moving rendition of “Wild Horses” on “America’s Got Talent.”

This time around the singing sensation, who flew into LAX yesterday, will do a repeat of her best known performance, “I Dreamed A Dream” from “Les Mis,” to promote her upcoming album of the same name.

Boyle will sing while dancers Tony Dovolani and Chelsie Hightower take the floor to shake their stuff.

The gossip mill was abuzz with predictions that Boyle’s appearance on “Dancing with the Stars” would mean a showdown with Sharon Osbourne.

Ozzy’s wife now famously bashed Susan on “The Opie & Anthony Show,” cruelly declaring that God hit the singer “with a f*cking ugly stick.”

When Susan’s mentor Simon Cowell heard about Osbourne’s comments, he said: "This is so typical of Sharon. She never knows when to keep her mouth shut.”

Osbourne’s daughter Kelly is a contestant on “Dancing,” but reports say the famous rocker wife and “America’s Got Talent” judge will not be on the show.