- Justin Bieber recently attended Kanye West's recent Sunday service
- The Canadian singer also gave an emotional performance at the service
- A video clip of his performance was shared to his official Instagram page
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Canadian-born American singer, Justin Bieber, continues to leave fans in awe with his newfound life as a Christian. The music star who got married to his model wife, Hailey Rhode in 2018, continues to enjoy his new path.
The singer was amongst the hundreds of guests who attended born-again rapper Kanye West's famous Sunday service.
While attending the religious gathering, the 25-year-old surprised the gathering with a beautiful and emotional performance of Marvin Sapp's gospel hit, Never Would Have Made It to a cheering crowd.
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The audience grew more vocal as he passionately sang: 'I'm stronger, I'm wiser/ I'm better, much better/When I look back over all you brought me through.'
Bieber was among a few special performers on Sunday, which also included performances from Roddy Ricch and Rob Base.
West's firstborn child North, 6, could be seen dancing excitedly in the crowd in additional videos captured by the KKW Beauty founder.
Justin first expressed interest in one of Yeezy's gospel gatherings after performing at another church last March. "My whole message at church the other day was there's power in your weakness," he told TMZ at the time. Practising Christianity is important to Bieber and wife Hailey Baldwin, who are regulars at the Hillsong Church in LA.
Still on the singer, YouTube has released Justin Bieber: Seasons, a documentary about the recent past and upcoming album. The 10-part series is a huge success and breaking records on the video-sharing platform.
In the first week, the premiere, which is YouTube's most-watched ever, received more than 32.5 million views. It is also the most expensive deal that YouTube made for exclusive content, Briefly.co.za gathered. A whopping $20 million was paid for it.
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