Televangelist Joel Osteen reportedly wants to have Kanye West as a special guest at his own Sunday Service.

According to a report TMZ published on Friday (Oct. 25), 'Ye and Joel are actually cool with one another and speak on the phone from time to time. Within the last two weeks, sources tell the celebrity gossip outlet that Osteen recently extended an invitation for the saved rapper to come to Osteen's Sunday Service at his megachurch in Houston, Texas.

Osteen's televised sermons usually draw out up to 45,000 people and reach at least 100 million homes in the U.S. and millions more around the world. It's safe to say that Osteen's platform would be beneficial to 'Ye, especially with his upcoming Gospel album Jesus Is King still on the way.

There's no word if Kanye will actually perform at the service. Osteen hasn't necessarily asked him to hit the stage, but he will reportedly be hype if 'Ye does decide to sing at the service. West wouldn't be the only celebrity to hit up Osteen's Sunday Service. Tyler Perry, Oprah and more high-profile names have attended Osteen's sermons in the past.

At the moment, there's no confirmed date for 'Ye's appearance at Osteen's megachurch. In the meantime, fans can listen to 'Ye's Jesus Is King album, which just dropped today. His forthcoming Jesus Is Born album drops on Christmas day.

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