Kelly Price opened the show with a song of faith. Some of you out there in the twitterverse were sharing and praising.
Here is a sample.
Venold “Junior” Johnson decided to go reggae with “What a Friend We Have In Jesus”
- Cece: “When you are that talented, you have o make sure that you execute everything.”
- Donnie: “Technically you were careful, but you were creatively wonderful. I thank God for your swag and everything that comes with it.”
- Yolanda: “I am so glad you are here.”
Paula Champion “I’m Still Here” by Dorinda Clark Cole
- Cece: ” Your interpretation was real and we felt it.
- Donnie: ” I wish you could have gotten into it more.
- Yolanda: “You have such depth of soul.
Tasha Page Lockhart sang “I Am”
- Cece: ” It was powerful. It was perfect.”
- Donnie: ” It’s a genuine gift that God has given you.”
- Yolanda: “It is a delight to see you every week.”
Odell Bunton Jr. sang “Ain’t No Need To Worry” by The Winans
- Cece: “Totally cool. I thought it was really good.”
- Donnie: “Don’t stop being you.”
- Yolanda: “I do enjoy the ay you attack every song.”
Kefia Rollerson sang “Our God Is An Awesome ”
- Cece: ” I love the way you take control of the stage.”
- Donnie: “I can feel the way you entranced God.”
- Yolanda: ” The opening was so majestic. he artistry in you is amazing.”
Tyler Little “Let The Praise Begin” by Fred Hammond
- Cece: “I think it was a song that made you wake up.”
- Donnie: “Now you see something. It’s work.”
- Yolanda: ” You have that swag in the right way.”
The judges stressed that Sunday Best should not be your final journey.
Paula Champion and Odell Bunton Jr were sent home. Do you agree? Were the choices right? Let us know.
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