Episode 7 Recap: Redemption
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Kirk Franklin opens the Sunday Best All Stars finale show with a bang and talks to the judges about their views on the show.
Kirk Franklin introduces the Sunday Best Race to the Stage winner to perform onstage for the finale show!
Yolanda Adams, Kierra Sheard and Donnie McClurkin recap their feelings over the entire season.
Kirk Franklin reveals the top three finalists: Zebulon Ellis, Dathan Thigpen and Clifton Ross.
Clifton Ross gives his all by sharing his testimony through song.
Terrill Hall makes a strong impression on the judges, but is it enough to keep him in the game?
Zebulon’s advice from Kim was to never get comfortable in the competition.
Tiquila begins to tire of the competition and loses sight of the end goal.
Brightnie Jones gets more comfortable and in tune with her talents.
Zebulon Ellis tells his story through his undeniable ministry.
Brightnie Jones performs her best and makes Kierra Sheard proud!
Sue Roseberry hones in on her artistry and continues to be a judge favorite.
Kirk Franklin gives Terrill Hall some advices before he serves up an awesome performance.
Clifton Ross gets the crowd up on their feet with his version of “We Love You” by J. Moss.
Martha Buries takes control of her voice and proves that she has the inner confidence to make it all the way through.
Drew Chambers tries to stick around for the long haul, but the judges may not be here for it.
Who will win big and who will go home during the finale!
Sunday Best prepares for the finale.
What three contestants will move on?
The final six compete harder than ever before!
Each contestant takes a stab at John P. Kee’s songs.
Whose fate will be determined on the stage?
VaShawn Mitchell announces the winner of Race to the Stage.
The big top three finalists reveal is here!
VaShawn Mitchell recaps round one of Race to the Stage.
It’s Zebulon’s moment and it’s his time.
Clifton Ross surrenders it all to God.
Terrill Hall brings out his alter ego Teddy P.
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