Mara would've had a great chance at survival with this monster rendition, if not for the fact that neither of the show's female front-runners, Jurnee nor Ada Vox, were voted through by America as they should have, forcing the judges to use two of their choices on them. Katy Perry said he had never sounded better than on "Have You Ever Seen the Rain", by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Although it's been a journey of ups and downs for both the contestants and the judges, the contestants moving on to the next round of the competition and making it past the critical cut definitely came out with guns blazing during some live performances on Monday (April 23). Sussett chose to sing an original song of hers called "I'm A Dreamer" in order to save her spot in the next show.
Perry told Ada, "I don't know everything".
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Perry continued, "Enough was enough and you put your foot down when it's real". Justine sang in order to prove her worthiness to be in the Top 10 and brought stunning vocals to the stage in order to impress the judges.
There were two sets of chairs onstage: the Victory Zone and the Danger Zone. Michelle, Dennis, and Jurnee were also saved.
Vox will be joined by fellow Top 10 finalists Maddie Poppe, Cade Foehner, Gabby Barrett, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, Michael J. Woodard, Catie Turner, Jurnee, Michelle Sussett and Dennis Lorenzo to battle it out to be crowned the victor of this year's "Idol".