A religious remix of one of Gwen Stefani's hit songs has gotten an "amen" from the pop singer.
The 49-year-old tweeted a video on Thursday of a choir at Kanye West's "Sunday Service" singing a gospel rendition of "Don't Speak," the 1996 ballad she released with her band No Doubt.
Although the original song follows a romantic breakup, this choral version, called "Lord Speaks," was rewritten about God.
"Lord Speak / You know your words bring healing / Cause they was real revealing / Please help us cause it hurts," the choir sings in the video.
Stefani said the spiritual take on her song brought tears to her eyes.
"My heart is so full hearing this incredible version of Don’t Speak/ Lord Speaks- I’m in shock hearing this song turned into a worship song at Kanye’s Sunday Service - I literally started crying," she wrote. "thank u @KimKardashian Please send me whole version Kanye #dontwasteyourpain"
Kim Kardashian retweeted the praise, adding heart, halo and praying hands emojis.
West's "Sunday Service," a weekly event that started in January, brings together a group of lucky attendees – with celebs including Paris Jackson, Courtney Love, Rick Rubin, Kid Cudi, Busy Philipps and Diplo in the audience – to watch West lead a choir and perform new compositions of his old hits. West sings, often standing in front of a keyboard, as the guest vocalists provide backup in gospel rearrangements of his songs.
Stefani will likely hear more tear-jerking renditions later this year on NBC's singing competition show "The Voice," where she will appear as a judge alongside boyfriend Blake Shelton, taking over from longtime judge Adam Levine.
Contributing: Maeve McDermott
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