Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Susan Boyle gives the audience goose bumps when she sings “O Holy Night” with a children’s choir

Christmas time is the most special time of the year. The shops are pleasantly busy, full of customers looking for the perfect Christmas present, the kitchen smells like apples and cinnamon, Christmas lights turn streets into a fairy tale world and the spirit of Christmas seems to make everyone more sensitive and friendly.

But the most beautiful Christmas symbols may still be the classic Christmas songs.

There are not many voices that are more angelic than that of Susan Boyle. The 55-year-old experienced her big break in an English talent show in 2009, and since then she has conquered the world with her unique voice.

In the video below Susan visits the Larry King Live Show and together with a children’s choir sings the Christmas classic “O Holy Night”. Susan nails this song, and leaves us silent.

This version will certainly hit you deeply, and will completely immerse you in a beautiful Christmas atmosphere! Share this video with all your friends and family to bring them some Christmas spirit!

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