Ren Patrick from American Idol

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5 Covers from Ren Patrick on “American Idol”

Check out these 5 cover songs Ren Patrick from American Idol sang and posted on her YouTube channel.

We all met singer and songwriter Ren Patrick on American Idol tonight!

She went up in front of the celebrity judges for her shot at fame. This wasn’t the first time she met Katy Perry though. Did you know Katy Perry once gave her dating advice?

This Texan is super strong and super talented. We compiled 5 awesome covers by Ren Patrick that you need to hear. Watch below!

Love You to Lose Me (Selena Gomez) Cover

Ren said she first came across this Selena Gomez hit when she was binge watching a show on Hulu. The lyrics connected her deeply to the song and she knew she had to do a cover.

You Say (Lauren Daigle) Cover

On why she chose this song, “I love the message behind this song. It’s one of those jams that can pull you out of a funk, and completely change a negative emotion to something beautiful and positive.”

Chandelier (Sia) Cover

This one is a throwback from 2014. She said, “this song is so much fun to sing, and makes me feel happy when I hear it, so hope ya like it!”

Stay (Sugarland) Cover

This is one of Ren Patrick’s favorite country songs so she just had to cover it!

Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You (Frankie Valli) Cover

This cover is from 2018 when she decided to get back in the game again. “I decided to do a cover of this song because I love it so much,” Patrick said.

Tune into American Idol to see Ren Patrick audition in front of Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie on Sunday, March 8th on ABC.

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