Support local teen Shi’Ann Jones on The Voice

Shi’Ann Jones                      (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

If you have heard Shi’Ann Jones’s voice, it’s no surprise the 15-year-old is competing on The Voice.

We have been covering the Paducah native’s journey on the show since she began earlier this year.

Jones has stunned the judges with her talent, but now she needs something more. This local girl needs your help to win.

The singers with the most votes from the public advance to the next level. You can vote to keep Jones in the competition. Here’s how.

The Voice App:
Download the app using the link above to vote, view previous performances, and more. When you use the app, you can vote up to ten times!

The Voice Website:
Cast your vote by entering your name and email address or your Facebook account. Again, you can vote up to ten times!

Facebook:
Visit the link above or go through the Facebook app on your phone to cast your vote!

Twitter:
If Jones or another artist you like gets disqualified, you can use Twitter for an instant save and bring them back to the contest! Just use these hashtags on Twitter to save Shi’Ann:
#VoiceSaveShiAnn
#VoiceSaveShianne
#VoiceSaveShi
#VoiceSaveShyann
#VoiceSaveShyanne

To learn more about voting on The Voice; click here.

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