On Monday night, Lauren Daigle received a standing ovation from the College Football Playoff National Championship audience. Lauren sang the National Anthem for a packed stadium, including President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump.
Once again, Lauren thrilled her fans with another soulful performance during the National Championship of the College Football Playoff between LSU and Clemson.
LSU Alumna Lauren Daigle
Lauren was an LSU student before she became a well-known singer. She was elated after the LSU Tigers beat Clemson Tigers in a 42-25 victory.
She wrote on Instagram, “This is the best day of my life.”
The popular Christian artist was introduced to the large crowd as a two-time Grammy Award-winner and a Louisiana native before performing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Lauren showed support to LSU by wearing TV star Reagan Charleston Thomas’ gift to her: an LSU Tigers ring from the star’s jewelry collection. The Christian singer sported the ring when she gave her spectacular performance.
Going Outside The Walls Of Church
Last year, Lauren Daigle told The Christian Post about her desire to go outside the walls of the church. She hopes the message in her music will resonate with more than just Christians.
“[My music] is having crossover appeal, but it doesn’t mean that I’m leaving one for the other or that I’m going to be swept up by one thing or the other. For me, it’s like, ‘Oh, everything just got even more clear.’ Everything just got clearer as to why it is that we go and love people who are outside of the walls of our church, outside of the walls that we’re comfortable with,” she told CP in an interview.
And indeed, Lauren Daigle is making a difference in the world with her music. She is bringing hope and life to her every listener. The Gospel message is there in her lyrics and God’s voice transcends her own.
Source: The Christian Post