'The Voice' Season 19 Finale: Lauren Daigle's moving performance of 'You Say' has fans 'sobbing'

Before the winner of ‘The Voice’ Season 19 is announced, the show will also see performances of artistes such as Dan+Shay, Keith Urban, Pink and Lewis Capaldi


                            'The Voice' Season 19 Finale: Lauren Daigle's moving performance of 'You Say' has fans 'sobbing'
Lauren Daigle (Getty Images)

American contemporary Christian musician Lauren Daigle gave a soulful performance at the live finale of ‘The Voice’ Season 19. Looking no less than an angel, the 29-year-old singer-songwriter hit the stage decked up in a glowing white outfit. Daigle is known for her hit singles such as ‘Trust In You’, ‘Rescue’, ‘Still Rolling Stones’ and ‘You Say’.

The talented crooner opted for her 2018 single ‘You Say’ and made the viewers fall in love with her all over again. The lyrics of the song go: “You say I am loved when I can't feel a thing, You say I am strong when I think I am weak/ And you say I am held when I am falling short, And when I don't belong, oh You say I am Yours.” Before the winner of ‘The Voice’ Season 19 is announced, the show will also see performances of artistes such as Dan+Shay, Keith Urban, Pink, Lewis Capaldi, Jason Derulo, 24K Golden, Iann Dior, Julia Michaels and JP Saxe.

A lot of social media users took to Twitter to express their love for Lauren. One user stated, “To this day, every time I hear Lauren Daigle sing that song, I get chills and end up sobbing!!! Taking me to church!!!! #TheVoicefinale.” One added, “Were you watching?? Her performance looked so effortless.” Another expressed, “Just heard @Lauren_Daigle perform 'You Say' on @NBCTheVoice  - such an inspirational and beautiful song. thank you!” One asserted, “Hallelujah Lauren! Thank you for singing 'You Say’ tonight on the #VoiceFinale ! What a blessing!” Another added, “Your voice, fills every dark corner of the human soul, with light.”



 



 



 



 



 

The top five contenders took over the stage with the cover songs and interestingly, the singers also got the opportunity to debut their original tracks on national television as part of the Live finale performances in Episode 17. We saw Carter Rubin crooning ‘The Climb’ by Miley Cyrus along with his original track titled ‘Up From Here’ later in the evening.  John Holiday opted for ‘Halo’ by Beyonce after he impressed the judges with his original track ‘Where Do We Go'. From Team Kelly, Desz sang her original song ‘Holy’ and also covered ‘Landslide’ by Fleetwood Mac.

Ian Flanigan from Team Blake, who is one of the top contenders to win the show, sang ‘In Color’ by Jamey Johnson apart from debuting his original song called ‘Never Learn'. Jim Ranger from the same team sang ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’ by Joe Cocker and also wrapped up the first part of the finale with the original number titled ‘Last'. Interestingly, Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton also performed their hit single ‘Happy Anywhere’ which also got a thumbs up online.

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