Marques Houston
The singer catapulted to fame as in the 1999 as part the R&B group Immature Getty

Weeks after announcing that he is now a practising Jehovah's Witness, it looks like R'n'B star Marques Houston has fully embraced his new faith. The former Immature/IMX singer has celebrated his new path by getting baptised.

In the run up to his big day the 35-year-old singer, whose hits include That Girl and Clubbin', used social media to share his journey, which includes going from door-to-door preaching the religion's message and handing out pamphlets.

He received an overwhelming positive response from the online community.

Describing the event as life-changing day he told his 637k followers: "8/13/16 The best day of my life!!!

I got baptized today I've never been this happy #JW Jehovah my God, thank you for allowing me the privilege to be one of your Witnesses now #DayTwo#RemainLoyalToJehovah Convention.

He later shared a video collage of his big day with the caption: "My baptism: I can not even put into words the feeling/emotions and overwhelming joy running through my mind. To know that Jehovah God, or Heavenly Father, the CREATOR of any and everything chose me to be his loyal servant! I am humbled beyond words, and I am so grateful to all who embarked on this journey with me! This is only the first step and I look forward to where life is gonna take me now that I have Jehovah behind the wheel

Houston catapulted to fame as Roger Evans in the television comedy show Sister, Sister, alongside identical twin sisters Tia Landry and Tamera Campbell (Tia and Tamera Mowry).