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Top 3 means hometown visit for Josh Ledet

WESTLAKE, LA (KPLC) -

Don't let your fingers fail you now SWLA! Josh Ledet's fate this week is in your hands! The top 4 will perform on Wednesday, May 9, and battle it out to see who will be in the top 3.

Top 3means a hometown trip to SWLA for Josh. Every week the competition gets closer and closer to naming the next American Idol and with your votes that could be Josh.

Voting will open at the end of the performance show on Wednesday night at 9:01 p.m. with a two hour voting window.

Here are the 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! 

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