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Kanye West’s Sunday Services have become another in a long line of things Kanye does that need to be accompanied by very detailed explainers. The weekly music-based service that is not necessarily church but not necessarily not church has moved from the Kardashian-West home to a discrete location with an invite-only policy. On Easter Sunday, the service will be coming to Coachella. This Sunday’s event, however, featured special guest, 5-year-old North West, who sang Stevie Wonder’s “As” alongside her father and a gospel choir.
Wearing an all-bright-orange outfit, North grabbed the microphone and sang passionately while Kanye moved to the beat behind her.
Kardashian was not onstage, but she filmed the whole scene from nearby and was impressed with her daughter’s natural stage energy. “Look at her moving to the front,” she wrote, adding several star emojis.
North seems just as into the Sunday Services as her parents; in February, Kardashian took a video of her daughter clapping along and singing into the microphone with her friends.
Though Kardashian shares plenty of footage from the services, there is still quite a bit of curiosity surrounding them. When she and her sisters Kourtney and Khloé were guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this past week, the late-night host asked them to explain, exactly, what the services were all about.
“We have so many friends that maybe feel a little too judgmental when they go to church or something like that,” Kim said. When they come here they feel so free and safe. It’s a beautiful way to start your week.”