Is Fr Ray Kelly a Catholic priest?
Raymond Kelly, S.P.S. (born 25 April 1953) is an Irish Catholic priest known for his interpretation of popular songs. He is the priest of St. Brigid′s & St….Ray Kelly (singer)
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Who is the priest that sang hallelujah?
Fr Ray Kelly’s
A priest has stunned wedding guests at the end of a ceremony with a pitch-perfect version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah. The video of Fr Ray Kelly’s unique version of the often-covered song was filmed at the weekend and has been watched on YouTube more than 2.7 million times in the space of four days.
Where is Father Ray Kelly now?
Westmeath, native spends the majority of his time working in his parish in Oldcastle, Co. Westmeath. But when he is not at the altar, 62-year-old Fr Ray is on stage across the world performing to his fans – and he has just released his second studio album.
Did Father Kelly win Britain’s got talent?
Britain’s Got Talent viewers were left fuming after Father Ray Kelly, the viral singing priest, didn’t make it through to the finals. The 64-year-old Meath native became a viral sensation in 2014 after his special cover performance of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah captured hearts across the country.
Did Father Ray Kelly make it to the finals?
Father Ray Kelly has made it through to the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals. The 64-year-old priest from Oldcastle, Co Meath became a viral sensation in 2014 after his special cover performance of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah captured hearts across the country.
What happened to the singing priest on Britain’s Got Talent?
Singing priest and ex-Britain’s Got Talent star Fr Ray Kelly is finished with TV talent shows and says he’s sticking with clerical duties. SINGING cleric Father Ray Kelly has revealed he is finished with TV talent shows.
Did the singing priest win Britain’s got talent?
Ireland’s singing priest Father Ray Kelly didn’t make it through to the finals on Britain’s Got Talent, leaving many viewers shocked and disappointed.
How far did Father Ray Kelly get in Britain’s got talent?
Kelly performed during the fifth semi-finals on Friday night. However, it wasn’t meant to be – and the priest narrowly missed out on a spot in the top 3 of the evening. People took to social media following the results to voice their disappointment, saying they were “gutted” the Meath priest had gone home.