Watch These Talk Show Hosts Get Real About Their Worship Styles
When the ladies on daytime talk show “The Real” opened up about their style of worshipping, actress Tamera Mowry-Housley couldn’t help but break out into a good old fashioned foot stomping praise dance.
“I grew up in the Pentecostal church, so I’ve done it all. It’s very charismatic,” she revealed on the show this week. “I mean I have been slain in the spirit where you just fall out … I’m that girl that be like, ‘Amen, Hallelujah, Preach!’”
She continued to give people more insight into her worship experience.
“ I’ve got a shout dance. Like if I’m feeling it…,” Tamera said before getting up to dance and shout “Hallelujah!”
Tamera’s co-hosts also shared how they enjoyed worshipping God through song. For Jeannie Mai, the Holy Spirit takes over when she is moved by worship music.
“When you feel God, like happy about your life and proud that you know Him there’s something that comes into your body. And all of a sudden you feel so overjoyed that you want to cry and you don’t want to just act confined,” she said. “You don’t want to be appropriate and proper. You just want to let go and let God and be free.”
Co-host Adrienne Houghton noticed that Jeannie’s mother also enjoys a similar church experience.
“We took mama Mai to church and she gets into it. She puts her hands up,” Adrienne revealed. “She feels it. And I think that that’s the dopest thing about it. It’s actually feeling it. Being present and enjoying it.”
Loni Love chimed in on the conversation, telling her fellow co-hosts that she may break out into a praise dance if she is feeling the spirit of God.
“If I don’t feel it, then I let everybody else enjoy. But there are times in my life where I felt it and it’s just so good,” she said. “But there is a worship, a special worship; and if you feel it then right way than it is phenomenal.”
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