A worship leader and professional backup singer recently took centre stage while auditioning for The Voice.

The powerhouse singer sang Deborah Cox's 'Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here' and had all the judges asking her to join their team. 

“It’s very difficult doing this audition, but you just handled it with such poise and grace," said John Legend. "I don’t know if you noticed, but I was the first one who turned for you. Your tone is so elegant. Do you sing in church? You sound like you do.”

Shay Mooney was taken aback by her performance. 

“I grew up singing Gospel as well, and I felt like I was in a worship service for a second. I was feeling it. I think we can all agree that this is really special. You have such a light. I don’t think it’s the lights behind you. I think it’s just you lighting up this room. You are a star.”

Chance agreed, saying he would love to love to work with her. 

“You made it your own song and I feel that that’s what this show is all about, is people showing their true personalities through their music. I really, really think we can make some special moments together.”

Reba said there was nothing she could critique, saying she was unbelievably talented.

"I’ve been in the business for a long time, and you look like a beautiful woman who loves to sing for the Lord as I do."

Ultimately, Webb chose to go with Chance. She says she has received an overwhelming outpouring of love from family, friends, neighbours and church family since her audition aired. 

"I have received some of the most beautiful messages that are encouraging, inspiring, and have completely moved me to tears," said Webb. "You never know who's watching and who's inspired to go after their dreams and even who sees the Light of Jesus Christ in you."

The Voice airs Sunday evenings at 8 p.m. CT.