Gospel singer and acclaimed actress, Tamela Mann, opened up about overcoming fear and self doubt through faith following her recent Dove award wins.
The “I Can Only Imagine” singer, 47, won Traditional Gospel Song of the Year for “Take Me To The King” and Traditional Gospel Album of the Year for “Best Days.” She expressed gratitude and excitement during an interview with the Christian Post.
“Wow! I’m so excited. This is my second Dove Award and trust me I’m still just as nervous but I’m so grateful to God,” Mann told The Christian Post exclusively at the 44th Dove Awards in Nashville, TN., on Tuesday.
“It’s just a wonderful feeling and I thank God for my wonderful team and the writer of the song Kirk Franklin and my husband [David]… so many people to thank I’m just excited to be here,” she added.
Mann first launched her music career in the early 90s after joining the multi-grammy award winning gospel phenomenon Kirk Franklin and the Family. She recalled her struggles with body image and praised God for helping her overcome her fears during that time.
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