SelahTV: Watch 5 Year-Old Daughter Of Producer Dark Child, Heavenly Joy On America’s Got Talent – Infiltrates Media With The Name “Jesus”

5-year-old Heavenly Joy, daughter of Grammy award winning producer Rodney Jerkins (Dark Child) and singer/actress Joy Enriquez has not only been winning the American audience over with her charm but also with the name of Jesus.

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She became an overnight sensation when a clip of her appearance on ‘America’s Got Talent’ (AGT) went viral. After the recent passing of Kathy Lee Gifford‘s husband, the precious child hit back more bold about her faith than before.

On a recent nationally televised audition for AGT, Heavenly Joy set the record straight with judge Howard Stern when he asked if she might perhaps have a little bit of Shirley Temple living “inside” of her.

“Not Shirley Temple,” she instantly responded, “Jesus!”

Watch Heavenly Joy on AGT below:

Heavenly reemerged again in late August after the tragic loss of former NY Giants player, Frank Gifford husband of Today host, Kathy Lee Gifford, offering her condolences and singing two songs both with religious themes. “This Little Light of Mind” and the second one a very bold declaration of Christianity, titled “Jesus,” according to the young Jerkins. Both songs bringing Gifford to tears prompting her to repeatedly call Heavenly “a blessing.”

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Heavenly‘s dad, Rodney Jerkins aka Dark Child who has produced songs for the likes of Brandy, Michael Jackson, Toni Braxton and more recently Sam Smith, has launched a new music label focused on Christian content under the name Lifestyle Music Group.

In a world where people have to apologize for being right and where the media has elevated perversion so much that it has become a standard, little Heavenly is unapologetically upholding the Truth – Jesus Christ!

For more videos on Heavenly Joy;

Connect:

Instagram: @heavenlyjoysings

Youtube: Heavenly Joy

 

Source: Breathecast

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