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Zyrus was invited to perform for the Feyenoord's Centennial Anniversary in the Netherlands held on September 26 of the same year, singing the team's anthem, "You'll Never Walk Alone" in front of a crowd of about 50,000 football (soccer) fans In a guest appearance on the "Dreams Come True" episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show on September 9, Oprah referred to Zyrus as "The Most Talented Girl in the World." After singing Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" with David Foster on piano, Zyrus was surprised by Celine Dion's appearance via satellite, at Oprah's invitation, inviting Pempengco to sing a special duet at New York City's Madison Square Garden as part of Dion's Taking Chances Tour.
In January 2009, Zyrus performed at two US presidential pre-inaugural events in Washington, D.
Subsequently, "Before It Explodes", written by Bruno Mars, was released as the lead single from Zyrus's second international studio album, Infinity.
In March 2012, Zyrus signed on to be one of the four judges of the Philippine version of The X Factor, which began airing on ABS-CBN in June of that year.
The single was made available for digital download on the same day and debuted at #24 on the Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart, #44 on the Billboard Hot 100, #9 on the Hot Canadian Digital Singles chart and #35 on the Canadian Hot 100.
On June 28, 2009, in concert, Zyrus revealed a planned duet with legendary pop singer Michael Jackson, explaining that Jackson's lawyer said that Michael had chosen Zyrus to be his special guest on his tour.
Following this American debut, Zyrus made a second appearance on Star King on December 28 as the "Most Requested Foreign Act", performing Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" and singing a duet with Lena Park.
In May, Zyrus released a second Philippine album, My Inspiration.
Michael had seen videos of Zyrus dancing to his songs and said right away, "I want this kid".
When announcing this, Jake said "Yesterday morning, we were all shocked by the very sad news, the legendary pop singer Michael Jackson has gone away.
Zyrus recorded seven songs—six covers and an original song called "Amazing", Having seen online videos, Ellen De Generes invited Zyrus to appear on her show.
He flew to the United States for the first time and performed two songs on the December 19, 2007 episode: "I Will Always Love You" and "And I Am Telling You".