"American Idol" announced on March 4, 2013, a new voting option for fans to utilize this season. It is called a "Supervote" and allows fans to cast 50 votes online at one time. The 10 girls will sing for votes on Tuesday and viewers can use the new "Supervote" right after their performances.
"American Idol" fans can use "SuperVote" on americanidol.com, the "American Idol" mobile app and Facebook. With the new voting ability, fans can choose to send all 50 of their votes to one singer or split their votes to benefit multiple singers. In order to use the "SuperVote" feature, fans are required to have a registered Facebook account.
In addition to the "SuperVote," fans can still vote via phone or text message for two hours immediately following the live shows. There is a limit of one "SuperVote" per night but single votes are unlimited as always. "Supervote" is sponsored by AT&T.
The "American Idol" top 10 girls begin singing for America's votes tomorrow. "American Idol" regularly airs every Wednesday and Thursday on FOX channel WAWS 30 in Jacksonville, Fla.