Wyn Starks’ ‘Who I Am’ audition has the America’s Got Talent judges in tears. The original song pays tribute to Wyn’s late twin brother. And it especially strikes a chord with judge Sofia Bergara who lost her brother as well. Check out this soul-filled, jaw-dropping moment!
Wyn is known for his vintage rendition of rhythm and blues. But this time, he performed an original song to honor his brother Caine's memory.
Though Wyn Starks never explained how or why his brother died, it was obvious from his performance of ‘Who I Am’ that he misses his twin brother every day. They had more than twenty-five years of making memories together before Caine was called to heaven.
Wyn Starks On Losing A Twin Brother
It's one thing to have a close relationship with a sibling; it's another level when you're bonded to a twin. We never know when our time is up. God alone knows how many days we are gifted. While it brings us comfort that God is the author of our lives, it's a gut-wrenching journey to navigate losing a loved one.
The least we can do is find a way to turn pain into purpose, and that's precisely what Wyn did as he sang his original song, "Who I am," to honor his brother. By the time he had finished this incredible performance, Sofia was brought to tears.
She shared that she had lost her brother, too. Wyn's grief touched her heart in a way that only someone who has navigated the journey of grief understands.
We hope this Wyn Starks ‘Who I Am’ performance touched your heart and somehow mended your soul in a way only God can. While sorrow may last a lifetime, we know God will wipe away every tear when we see him face to face. Amen!
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Revelations 21:4 "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away."
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