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Haven Madison Roy (born March 3, 2006)[1] was a contestant on Season 21 of American Idol.


Haven auditioned in Las Vegas. She sang an original song called "Fifteen". All three judges voted "yes" sending her to the next round.

Hollywood Round[]

Haven was one of the three contestants vying for a fourth Platinum Ticket alongside Elijah McCormick and Matt Wilson. Following a vote at the American Music Awards, she did not receive the highest number of votes.

Haven chose to work on her Songwriting in the first part of Hollywood Week. She sang an original song called "Still Need You", dedicated to her brother's struggle with mental health. For her final solo performance, she sang "Bird Set Free" by Sia. Afterwards, the judges told her that she did enough to become a Top 26 finalist.

Top 26 (Hawaii Round)[]

Haven sang "The Middle" by Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey. She received enough votes to be deemed "safe" for another week.

Top 20[]

Haven sang "Mean Girls" by Leanna Crawford. She received enough votes to become a Top 12 finalist. In celebration, she sang an original song called "Fifteen".

Top 12[]

Haven sang "Livin' on a Prayer" by Bon Jovi. She received enough votes to be considered "safe" for another round.

Top 10[]

Haven sang "The Only Exception" by Paramore, as chosen by Katy Perry. She received enough votes to be considered "safe" for another round.

Top 8[]

Haven sang "You Learn" by Alanis Morissette. She, alongside Oliver Steele and Warren Peay received the lowest number of votes for that week, eliminating her from the competition.

List of Performances[]

Stage Song Original Artist Result
Audition Fifteen Haven Madison
Hollywood Round The Middle Zedd Maren Morris and Grey
Top 26 Mean Girls Leanna Crawford
Top 12 Livin on a Prayer Bon Jovi
Top 10 The Only Exception Paramore
Top 8 You Learn Alanis Morissette


  • Haven was the first televised contestant on Season 21.
  • Her father, Jason, was the lead singer of a Christian Rock band. He also played the guitar for Haven's audition.[2]