Young Contestant Takes On Challenging Song, Seconds In Everyone Jumps To Their Feet

Just like the angels in heaven, God has given us the ability sing and make tunes with our voices. As singing makes us happy, we forget about all the troubles that worry us on a regular basis. Singing makes us feel closer to God because he can hear our melodious voices from the heavens above. We must be thankful to God for giving us this amazing gift that brings harmony and peace to everything around us.

Ever since Serena Rigacci was a little girl, she always wanted to sing “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston while a huge audience was watching her. Thanks to Next Star, a reality talent show, Serena finally got the opportunity to make her dream come true.

With the stage ready, Serena started singing the song of her dreams. Even though Serena had just finished singing two words, the audience and the judges couldn’t believe what they were hearing. Her emotional and voice control was so phenomenal that the crowd kept saying “bravo” while she was singing her favorite song. Even though Serena was quite young, she knew how to present her skills and herself to the judges. The dress she wore complimented her powerful and talented voice.

It is remarkable that Serena was able to maintain her composure even though the judges and the audience were on their feet. Her voice was so strong that some people started to cry during her performance.

Take a look at the video below to listen to the true beauty of her voice.

Do you think that Serena’s voice is amazing? Share her incredible talent with others to bring a little brightness to their day today!

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Hello,

1. God has given you gifts.

2. Having a great singing voice is a gift from God!

3. I pray that God is blessing you today and that you are sharing his love.

Do you think that Serena’s voice is amazing? Share her incredible talent with others to bring a little brightness to their day today!

God bless you and your family,
Aaron Tabor, MD