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11-Year-Old Fan Sings 'Save Me' Onstage With Jelly Roll

The young fan's creative sign caught Jelly Roll's attention.

An 11-year-old singer named Josie Salvitti made the memory of a lifetime at a recent Jelly Roll concert when she sang onstage with the singer, himself. Josie, who is already pursuing a career in music, attended Jelly Roll's Aug. 15 show in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, bringing a sign that asked if she could sing "Save Me" with the singer. The song was released as a duet with Lainey Wilson on Jelly Roll's Whitsitt Chapel album, and since Wilson wasn't present to sing the song with Jelly, Josie seized the opportunity.

Josie stood in the audience with a sign that read, "Since Lainey is on her way to Alabama... Can I sing 'Save Me' with you?" The poster clearly caught Jelly Roll's attention, and he soon invited the 11-year-old up to sing. The two then launched into the song, and Josie confidently sang the verse on her own while Jelly watched and revved up the crowd. Jelly Roll joined her for the chorus, but she kept confidently singing, hitting every word from memory.


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♬ original sound - Hailee Brook✨

Josie posted photos from the moment onstage with Jelly Roll on her official Facebook page, saying "It doesn't get better than this!" According to her posts, she also met the singer backstage after the concert, and she shared a few photos with him.

"I'm so lucky. The nicest guy you'll ever meet. cannot wait to do it again soon," she wrote alongside the pictures.

The night at the Jelly Roll concert isn't the first time Josie has had a standout moment during a country superstar's concert. When attending a show of Wilson's in July, she brought a sign that read, "I'm 11, too young for American Idol, but can I sing Watermelon Moonshine with you?" After spotting the sign, Wilson walked right over to Josie and held out her microphone for her to sing the chorus of "Watermelon Moonshine." According to PGH Live Music, American Idol producers later contacted Josie and gave her the green light to move forward in the competition when she turns 15.