Tamera Mowry is no stranger to the entertainment industry. In fact, as many people know, Tamera and her twin sister Tia Mowry have been acting since they were kids, starting with their hit television sitcom, Sister Sister.
Now-a-days, Tamera is known as one of the four co-hosts on the Emmy award-winning daytime talk show, The Real and on Friday’s show Tamera announced that after much thought and encouragement she has decided to join her church’s worship team and start working on a “christian album”! See the video above.
“I have decided that I am going to join my worship team at my church.” Mowry said. “My cousin is a worship leader, my mom was a worship leader, it actually runs in my family. So I am going to do that… and then move on to do a Christian album.”
As expected, her co-hosts, Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai as well as the in-studio crowd expressed their excitement with cheers and shouts over this new decision. Mowry would go on to say that she is excited and ready spiritually to do this now.
“I’m ready now.” Mowry answered. “I think it’s important to be ready spiritually here so you can put those vibes out there.”
Mowry isn’t known for her singing but the she can indeed sing.
In fact, in the final season of Sister, Sister, Tamera and Tia actually shared their beautiful voices with the world, as they sang the classic Supremes’ song “Come See About Me.” See the video below:
Plus, if that’s not enough, Tamera early on the show had a solo singing moment, as she sang “the blues” while participating in a talent show. See the video below: