Corrinne May performed several of her Christian-themed songs for the audience during the dialogue event, at one point breaking down in tears, apparently moved by the song.
She started off by giving her own rendition of the Hail Mary, while accompanying herself on the piano.
Before singing the next song, Beautiful Life, she shared that the most important thing for couples to do is to spend time with each other.
Some sniffles were heard from the audience then.
After singing another song called Crooked Lines, she shared about the occasional anxiety one experiences “when you stand up for your faith”.
Halfway through the next song, Five Loaves and Two Fishes, she broke down and was unable to continue singing.
The audience then offered their moral support, lending their voices as she played the piano while tears rolled down her cheeks.
She managed to play the entire song through and smiled as the crowd gave her a standing ovation.
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