Lainey Wilson and Jelly Roll performed a duet of "Save Me" at the American Idol finale, showcasing their rising star power in country music.
The heartfelt ballad, "Save Me," was first performed by Jelly Roll at the 58th ACM Awards, revealing themes of hopelessness and brokenness.
The duet version of "Save Me" with Lainey Wilson was a surprise collaboration, with their harmonies shining in a powerful chorus.
Jelly Roll also performed "Need A Favour" in a duet with Top 12 contestant Oliver Steele during the American Idol finale.
"Save Me" is part of Jelly Roll's debut country album, WHITSITT CHAPEL, set to release on June 2, featuring 13 tracks.
A Hulu documentary, Jelly Roll: Save Me, produced by ABC News Studios, chronicles Jelly Roll's rise to fame and will premiere on May 30.
Jelly Roll's album is themed around growth and gratitude, aiming to provide therapeutic music for real people with real problems.
The artist will embark on a 44-date headlining arena tour, the Backroad Baptism Tour, to share his new music with fans across the country.