'American Idol': vote for Josh Ledet - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

'American Idol': vote for Josh Ledet

WESTLAKE, LA (KPLC) -

Come be a member of TEAM JOSH at the American Idol viewing party on Wednesday, April 25, that begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Westlake Multi-Purpose Complex, 1221 Sampson St.

There will be free food and door prizes donated by local businesses as well as free Wi-Fi for fans to use to vote.

Josh has made it to the Top 5 and still needs your help to continue on! So get your fingers and phones ready for another intense two hour voting window! Voting will open at the end of the performance show on Wednesday night at 9:01 p.m.

Here are three easy ways for you to vote:

Toll-free Voting:  During his performance Joshua will be assigned his own toll-free number each Wednesday. To vote, simply dial Josh's assigned telephone number starting at 9:01 p.m. until 11 p.m. (Votes are unlimited when calling or texting.)

AT&T Text Voting: Joshua will also be assigned his own SMS/text message short code number each Wednesday. AT&T wireless customers only may text the word ‘VOTE' to Joshua's 4 digit short code numbers.

Online Voting: If you have a Facebook account, you can also vote online at www.AmericanIdol.com. After you vote online, post on your Facebook page so that your friends will see that you voted for Joshua Ledet and want to vote as well. (Online voting is limited to 50 votes per account.)

Be sure and stay tuned to the results show on Thursday at 7 p.m. to see how your vote affected the results! 

If he makes it to the Final 3, American Idol will come to SWLA to film Joshua's return to his hometown as he meets his supportive fan base.

Also, be sure and become a fan of Joshua Ledet on Twitter (@JLedetAI11) and on Facebook.

Remember every vote counts!

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