On Tuesday night country singer Craig Wayne Boyd was crowned as this year's The Voice's winner. Apparently Boyd is not only unashamed of his country roots, but he's just as proud of his God when he belted out the hymn "Old Rugged Cross."
On last week's semi-finals episode, the Texas native sang the legendary hymn, the celebrity judges were deeply moved by Boyd's epic performance.
"Going through everything that you've gone through to get yourself here, what does it feel like to be at the top of your game and to surrender it to God in front of the whole entire world?," said Pharrell Williams to Boyd.
"I get it, man. To God be the glory,"
Boyd's coach Blake Shelton echoed his fellow 'The Voice' judge regarding the heavenly performance.
"Can you believe he's been hiding under a rock somewhere in Nashville this whole time?" said Shelton. "It's no surprise. There's so many of them there, and he's finally getting a shot, and it's pretty cool.