Canadian skater Kathleen Osmond performs the exciting Hallelujah procedure during the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Leonard Cohen’s rendition of ‘Hallelujah’ is one of the most popular songs of all time. The powerful song was originally released in 1984, but it wasn’t until Jeff Buckley released the song on his 1994 album, ‘Grace’ that the song really started to gain momentum. Since that time, it’s become a worldwide phenomenon.
Over the years, many artists have covered this powerful song, which sounds like a perfect blend of a rock ballad and a gospel song. Some notable covers include Bon Jovi, Pentatonix and Susan Boyle.
Today, Kaetlyn Osmond, a talented ice skater, is bringing this song to life in a whole new way. Taking the ice to Tori Kelly’s stunning version of ‘Hallelujah,’ Kaetlyn thrilled the crowd in Pyeong Chang.
Figure Skating is hands down one of the most elegant and mesmerizing sport and Kaetlyn is one of the best on the rink. The choreography was filled with flawless leaps, twirls, and jumps and we all know that it takes a special skill to be able to dance and glide on ice so effortlessly.