‘What is wrong?’ Kelly Rowland bursts into tears on The Voice as Delta Goodrem rushes to comfort her
Kelly Rowland was moved to tears in Sunday’s episode of The Voice Australia.
While contestant Stellar Perry sang Lady Gaga’s Always Remember Us This Way during the season nine premiere, the American coach was overwhelmed with emotion.
Her unexpected tears and effort to compose herself confused the other coaches as Delta Goodrem ran over to her and asked, “What’s the matter?”
Emotional: Kelly Rowland (pictured) was moved to tears on Sunday’s Voice Australia by contestant Stellar Perry’s rendition of Lady Gaga’s Always Remember Us This Way
Kelly dismissed Delta’s question and insisted, “I’m fine, I’m fine.”
Speaking to artist Stellar, the Destiny’s Child star explained, “You sang that song beautifully. It is rare for you to encounter artists who don’t mind opening [their hearts]. I needed that, so I really appreciate you being so open. ‘
Stellar revealed her “pain” behind the choice of song, saying it is committed to love.
‘What is wrong?’ Her unexpected tears and effort to compose herself confused the other coaches as Delta Goodrem ran over to comfort her
“I needed that, so I really appreciate you being so open”: Kelly complimented Stellar (left) on singing “so beautiful” and “from the heart”
The participant said, “I’m going through a transition phase thinking that you have what you have for the rest of your life, and that may not be the case.
‘I really struggle with that because I want it so badly. And I love love, and I’m not very good at letting go of love. Whether it is good for me or not. So when I sing something that has to do with love, I want to chase it and embrace it.
“I don’t want to remember, I want it to be in my present every day and that is very confronting for me and those lyrics really got home.”
‘I love love, and I’m not very good at letting go of love’: the coaches listened as Stellar revealed her ‘pain’ behind the choice of song
The 36-year-old told before her audition that she was forced to start her own cleaning company in Victoria after years of failure as a singer.
“I shed so many tears to almost make it,” she said.
“I started performing twenty years ago. I’ve been in many bands and done a lot of solo things, but never reached my full potential. It’s heartbreaking … I just can’t give it up. ‘
The Voice continues on Channel Nine at 7:30 PM Monday
‘I just can’t give up’: the 36-year-old revealed before her audition that she was forced to start her own cleaning company in Victoria after years of failing to make it as a singer