WATCH: Berklee Student Grace Kinstler Wows ‘American Idol’ With Disney Hit

Berklee student Grace Kinstler gave everyone chills Sunday, when she sang ice queen Elsa’s “Into The Unknown” from "Frozen II" for American Idol’s Disney Week.

The local Idol favorite exuded power and confidence in her performance, which helped cement her spot in this season’s top seven.

Before her performance, this week’s celebrity mentor John Stamos only had one word of advice. “What am I going to tell you? Nothing! Just do that,” Stamos said, after hearing her rehearse.

Kinstler took to the Idol stage in a sparkling blue and white dress and slayed, with a performance that would make Elsa herself proud.

“Oh my goddess!” said an excited Katy Perry after the performance, while dressed as Tinkerbell. “It was like you had a magic wand in your voice!”

“You walked to the mic with a look in your eyes, like ‘I’m about to slay this,’ and there was never any doubt. I mean, you had the eye of the tiger, and you went beyond all of that,” Luke Bryan added.

“I think John Stamos said it best,” Lionel Richie said. “Just do that. Just do that. That’s all you have to do.”

Contestants Willie Spence, Casey Bishop, Arthur Gunn, Caleb Kennedy, Chayce Beckham, and Hunter Metts also made the top seven. Alyssa Wray, Cassandra Coleman, and Deshawn Goncalves were sent home.

The top seven will compete Sunday night during a Mother’s Day-themed episode.

(PHOTO: Getty Images)

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