Majesty Rose makes it through to next week's 'American Idol' live show
By From staff reports
Published in News on March 7, 2014 1:46 PM
Victoria Royal, 11, and Tyzhaun Claude, 13, laugh and dance during a performance by A Drummers World at the "American Idol" results show viewing party. The drumline, organized by Alando Mitchell, played before the show began and during commercial breaks.
Kylee Grantham, 2, sits at the front of the room while watching "American Idol" Thursday night at the Goldsboro Family Y. Kylee's parents, Jared and Amanda Grantham, were Majesty's youth pastors for four years.
Destiny Stafford, 12, uses markers to design a poster to show her support for Majesty Rose. Brianne Stafford, Destiny's mother, said "We are totally coming to every event. It is so much fun."
Majesty Rose is now in the Top 11 on "American Idol."
She learned the status Thursday on the live results show.
The announcement came at the midway point of the hour-long show.
Majesty was in the second group of four called center stage, as host Ryan Seacrest revealed the "bottom three" vote-getters in the singing competition.
This week the three stools were occupied by contestants Emily Piriz, Jena Irene and M.K. Nobilette.
As Majesty and three other singers moved into position, she covered her face with both hands. When Seacrest called her name, she maintained the position, even after he said the words, "You are safe!"
She appeared relieved, as she scurried off to reunite with other contestants also continuing in the competition.
Seacrest asked if she was all right and she giggled an affirmative response.
Fellow North Carolinian Caleb Johnson, from Asheville, also remains in the contest..