Juliana, Medina’s fiancée, was in an accident that left her with a traumatic brain injury two months before their wedding.
On the day they were supposed to get married, Chris posted a song he wrote for his love on Facebook.
“I’m giving all I’ve got to give/To Pull You through/To set you free/More than the vow/‘Through thick and thin’/I’m living it/In your darkest hour, I will be your light,” were some of the lyrics.
“Everything changed,” Medina said. “We’re still not married.”
After performing “Break Even,” Medina brought Juliana in a wheelchair into the studio, where all three judges greeted her and gave Medina the big news: he’s going to Hollywood.
“I just heard your fiancé sing,” Steven Tyler told Juliana. “He sings to you all the time. I could tell. That’s why he sings so good because he sings to you.”
Watch the clip to see their beautiful love story: