14 comments on “Are you ready to vote for Jessica Sanchez?

  1. Does anyone know what Jessica’s official number is, so that I can vote for her. Should the last two numbers be 01, 03, 05 or 07 or does she perform second?

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  3. posting this to FB 🙂 thanks for this! GO! GO! GO! GOD bless Jessica, God bless the Philippines!

  4. Hi! Hope you don’t mind. I put a link of your site to my Facebook page, I just want to let my friends know the other ways how to vote for Jessica Sanchez. Thanks so much. 🙂

  5. Try open a new account in yahoo (whatever) US site… not .ph or .sg. During Top 3 naka-boto naman ako until na-readh ko yun 50.. GO…..GO….GO….. Don’t Stop Believin’!!!!

  6. sir Norman, sorry di kita nasabihan, inupdate ko na kasi yung article, may minor corrections lng po, for WEST coast, mamomove po ng 1 hour, so 12 NN – 4 PM na sya (instead of 11 AM – 3 PM).. and may additional 2 hours po for Facebook/online voters…
    Here is the revised sched…

    Time zones:
    Philippines: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (9AM-4PM), FB til 6 pm
    Australia: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (11AM-6PM), FB til 8 pm
    Abu Dhabi: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (5AM-12NN), FB til 2 pm
    Canada, Toronto: Tuesday, 22 May 2012 (9PM-4AM), FB til 6 am
    Canada, Vancouver: Tuesday, 22 May 2012 (6PM-1AM), FB til 3 am
    China, Shanghai: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (9AM-4PM), FB til 6 am
    Dubai: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (5AM-12NN), FB til 2 pm
    Indonesia, Jakarta: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (8AM-3PM), FB til 5 pm
    Japan, Tokyo: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (10AM-5PM), FB til 7 pm
    Korea, Seoul: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (10AM-5PM), FB til 7 pm
    Malaysia: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (9AM-4PM), FB til 6 pm
    Mexico: Tuesday, 22 May 2012 (8PM-3AM), FB til 5 am
    Qatar: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (4AM-12NN), FB til 2 pm
    Paris: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (3AM-10AM), FB til 12 nn
    Singapore: Wednesday, 23 May 2012 (9AM-4PM), FB til 6 pm
    Saudi Arabia, Riyadh: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (4AM-11AM), FB til 1 pm
    Thailand: Wednesday, 23 May 2012, (8AM-3PM), FB til 5 pm

    Thank you!

  7. we love u Jessica….We know u will make it at the top… a BIG WINNER !!!!!

  8. Hi Mrs. AJ, do not discourage people not to vote for Jessica…We will vote for Jessica Sanchez no matter what… Don’t fool us!!! Get a Life!

    • Angelo, I’m not discouraging you. Sabi ko na nga…aside from MagicJack users, your vote will NOT count if it doesn’t come from a United States area code or ISP address. Ayun lang. Binigay ko naman din ang opinion ko sa kagalingan ni Jessica at dahil nga na Stateside ako, I will vote for her. How am I fooling you naman? Norm, chime in on this please! I think I’ve incurred the ire of people, especially Angelo. Akala niya that I’m fooling him and I do not have a life. I do, Angelo. I am a Filipina born and bred in California, who studied and learned Tagalog in college, currently living in Las Vegas, have a hubby, and a child, as well as a profession. Does being born and bred Stateside with a strong affinity to learn, immerse, and participate in anything that has to do with our culture, make my opinions less important than yours? Sobra ka naman magalit. Pro-Jessica naman ako. But, the title to be won is American Idol, and the rules simply state that votes garnered arise from American accounts. Angelo, if it was World Idol, I’d say vote to your heart’s content, but it’s not, and sa atin-atin, Jessica is a winner already. I’m with you, not against you, but if Jessica should win, dapat she wins fairly naman, diba? If, halimbawa, Jessica was a leading candidate at the Miss USA beauty pageant and there was a reserved spot for the contestant that had the most online votes, would if be fair that those outside of the States be allowed to vote for their favorite USA candidate to ensure a semifinal spot? What if all the Latinos abroad voted for their favorite Latino Miss USA candidate? How fair would that be to Jessica? Or vice versa…would you be open to Americans (specifically, Stateside American Pilipinos) casting their votes to ensure a spot for their favorite BB candidate at the national pageant, even though we don’t reside there? Norman is very proficient at commenting about anything regarding beauty pageants. I’m just using an analogy that hits closer to home for him. I love the Bb pageant, and I will always have my favorites, but I cannot (and should not) directly determine who gets what Bb crown there. I can state my opinion and in doing so, might exert minimal influence, but nothing else. You don’t have to like me, Angelo, and we can agree to disagree about anything, but do dole out some semblance of respect for my opinion. I didn’t attack anyone in my post, so please don’t attack me personally. Thanks, ingat lang, Pare, and peace out.

      • Dear readers (esp. Angelo), Mrs. AJ is a friend of this blog. She does not mean anything anti-Jessica or anti-voting. She was just stating the standard policies of the competition. All of us are one in wanting to see Jess win AI. 😉

  9. In all fairness, Norm, only those calling from area codes recognized to be in the US and computers that are registered with ISP addresses in the States, are, I believe, the only legitimate votes that will be counted towards Jessica. While American Idol may be broadcast throughout the world, it’s only the American votes that count. It is, afterall, American Idol. I recognize that there are many ways to circumvent the rules some (especially those who have MagicJack lines), but I just don’t think it’s right, and I’m going to call it as I see it. We can show our love and support for Jessica through many venues, and as much as I’d love for her to win, I would love for her to win fair and square. I do not argue that with Jessica as an AI winner, that it won’t lift the hopes for the Philippine nation–not to mention those who ally themselves to her Latin ties, too. But, for me, she wouldn’t be any less of a winner placing second in this competition. She’s turned heads and continues to garner the accolades of her adoring public. Her worth is validated by her talent, but her credibility becomes questionable if fan votes aren’t validated as American votes. This gives rise to a polarizing effect if the rallying to vote for Jessica is based mainly upon supporting our ethnic brethren (or sistren, in Jessica’s case). I’m not saying that she isn’t a great singer; she is MORE than great, but Norm, you speak of a “well-deserved” win for Jessica. Do we then do Jessica justice by throwing the non-American votes into the mix? I think not. To me, she’s already broken barriers, and she doesn’t need the fluff of ” youngest singer” or “first Asian-Latin winner” to add to her resume. Her win needs to derive from the American public at large before she dons the crown as the American Idol winner– who would just so happen to be female, Asian-Latin, and the youngest. Let those be secondary, because as much as we crave distinction, recognition, and worth for our Philippine people, Jessica is afterall, American. The votes that place her at the top will be testament to how the American public views and embraces Jessica, and it’s as simple as that. Nothing is stripped from her for being American first before the other “firsts” that she’ll be setting. Remember, in our Filipino hearts, she’s already our winner, and ayun, my friend, should be enough. Sana nga.

  10. Her voice is as big as TSUNAMI…. She already made history last week as the first Filipino to reach this far…. the TOP 2. And next week another history is unfolding….. that JESSICA SANCHEZ IS TNE NEWEST AMERICAN IDOL, of Filipino descent!

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