Lauren Daigle Wows Audiences—Again—On 'The Voice' Season Finale
Lauren Daigle wowed audience members with a special performance of "Hold On to Me" in the season finale of hit TV musical competition, The Voice.
The 29-year-old singer proclaimed, "There is hope for the world, all you gotta do is hold on," during an improvised section of her newest single, leaving the crowd and The Voice participants saying, "Lauren Daigle never fails to inspire us."
Still on cloud 9 after an incredible time back on @NBCTheVoice! ✨ There are so many moving pieces in days like this, and it all happens so fast — but every moment is just so much fun. Very grateful pic.twitter.com/Zer9Uc2v9q— Lauren Daigle (@Lauren_Daigle) May 27, 2021
Backed by a velvet robe-clad choir, Daigle sang her newest soulful single for the first time on live television. "Hold On to Me" was released in February, and serves as a reminder that reconciliation is possible, and the God of hope is able to restore any situation. The song's release partnered with four organizations focused on healing "wounds and injustices."
Though Daigle auditioned for seasons 9 and 11 for American Idol and got rejected, the breakout Christian singer has not only gone on to top music charts across the board, but has also made many appearances on The Voice. "Hold On to Me" is her first music release since 2018 album, You Say. Daigle also holds the longest-running No.1 song on any weekly Billboard Hot Chart with the single of the same name.