In a stunning performance on the latest episode of “The Voice,” a contestant left the judges in tears with a powerful worship song. Bodie Kuljian, had brought the house down with his heartfelt rendition of “Gratitude” by Brandon Lake.
After the show, Kuljian received an unexpected invitation from Christian artist Brandon Lake to perform “Gratitude” alongside him at his upcoming concert in Los Angeles. Lake had been watching “The Voice” and was blown away by Kuljian’s performance, feeling a deep connection to the song and wanting to collaborate with the rising star.
Bodie announced on his Instagram page that he got the opportunity to perform with Lake during his tour in Los Angeles. The upcoming star had expressed his surprise as he never thought of a show with Lake. The text he received read: “Pop up there with me for Gratitude.”
“So down dude! LMK when and where,” Bodie replied.
Bodie posted clips of his performance with Lake at the YouTube Theater where a video showed the audience singing along with the performers. “Such a special night,” he wrote. “BIG love to Brandon and his team for having me out. ur an incredible leader and I look up to you greatly.”
In a social media post, Lake shared a video of himself watching the finale of “The Voice” and also revealed his thoughts.
“Tonight is a really, really cool way of being a very, very small part of ‘The Voice,’ seeing someone else take a song that I got to be a small part of and releasing it in front of six to eight million people,” he said. “Thank you, Bodie, for leading us in worship tonight. So grateful.”
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The song’s lyrics, which focus on being thankful for life’s blessings despite the challenges we face, resonated with the crowd, and many were moved to tears by the performance. Kuljian and Lake’s voices blended together seamlessly, creating a beautiful harmony that left the audience in awe.
Fans of both Kuljian and Lake are eagerly anticipating future collaborations between the two talented artists, and it’s clear that the emotional connection they shared through music will continue to inspire audiences for years to come.