Singer Cheyenne Elliott is one step closer to achieving her dream.
The 23-year-old singer, who grew up in Mamaroneck, secured a seat on "The Four: Battle for Stardom" Thursday, Jan. 12 and will be performing again Thursday, Jan. 18.
The show airs at 8 p.m. on Fox.
Elliott, who graduated from Mamaroneck High School (MHS), has entertainment in her blood. She's the granddaughter of the legendary Dionne Warwick and cousin to Whitney Houston. Warwick, in fact, came to support her during her first appearance on the show.
"The Four," for those who haven't seen it, is a new singing competition which premiered Jan. 4. It starts with four top-notch singers and every week new challengers come on to the show to try to steal their spot.
In order to challenge one of the four, the challenger must get the deal of approval from all four panellists -- Music mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, hit Record Producer DJ Khaled, Singer/Songwriter Meghan Trainor and Record Label Exec Charlie Walk. The show is hosted by Fergie.
Said Elliott: “Being on 'The Four' is an experience I will cherish forever and a major blessing that I do not take for granted.
"I am so grateful to have made it on the show and can’t wait to see what the future holds. I have said it my entire life and will say it now, never give up on your dreams.”
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