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The American Idol 2020 voting is coming to an end with the public deciding who should be this years winner. The Top 5 have now been chosen and are performing in a historic “stay at home” live Grand Finale. The voting will be during the show through all time zones and will determine the winner to be announced at the end of the show. Please make your voice heard in this poll below and cast your vote for your favorite:
Take The Poll: Who’s The Next ‘American Idol?
Now, click to tweet your support for your ‘Idol’ favorite
Before you go ahead and share your support, make sure to insert thier twitter name listed below. Tweet away!
The ‘American Idol’ 2020 Finalists
- Arthur Gunn, age 22 from Nepal and now in Witchita, Kansas – @ArthurGunn122
- Dillon James, age 27 from Bakersfield, California – @DillonJOfficial
- Francisco Martin, age 19 from San Francisco, California – @fronciscomartin
- Jonny West, age 23 from Wildoma, California – @ohjonnywest
- Julia Gargano, age 22 from Staten Island, New York – @Julia_Gargano
- Just Sam, age 22 from New York City – @CoJustsam
- Louis Knight age 19 from London, England – @louiskmusic
How To Vote on ‘American Idol’
There are 3 voting methods for American Idol and you can vote up to 10 times on each of the three methods for your favorite. All together every person can vote 30 times.
- Vote online at AmericanIdol.com/vote,
- Download and vote on the American Idol app
- Vote by texting the contestants number (to be announced on your TV screen) to 21523
When Does ‘American Idol’ Voting Begin?
The voting begins Sunday night April 26 at 8pm Eastern time, 5pm Pacific time. Voting opens at the beginning of the show and ends at 9am Eastern time.
‘American Idol’ Voting Outside The USA and Age?
You have to be at least 13 years old and located in the U.S., Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands to vote on ABC.com or in the American Idol app.
*Text voting is open to all Wireless Carriers. Message & data rates may apply. SMS voting terms are available at idolmobileterms.votenow.tv
In an Instagram caption, Katy Perry explained how American Idol will go on amid coronavirus in the times of social distancing. She wrote, “How will ‘American Idol’ continue? I’ll be judging from California, @LionelRichie from LA, @LukeBryan & @mrBobbyBones in Nashville. @RyanSeacrest will host from Cali! Contestants perform at their house! America will VOTE from HOME and choose a WINNER!”