Jax made it through to the top 4 and now needs everyone to vote using all the voting methods to assure that she makes it into the top 3. If she does, her trip back to East Brunswick will be shown as part of the May 6th show.
Jax sang “Empire state of mind” and was great despite being a bit “Horse”. The judges were all impressed.
Celebrating the Homecoming of American Idol Finalist Jax
Friday, May 1st
Parade – 4:30pm
Parade Route – Heavenly Farms Access Road, left onto Dunhams Corner Road, left onto Community Arts Center Access Road.
Concert – Upon completion of Parade at Community Arts Center.
Parking – Community Arts Center, 721 Cranbury Road.
Lot opens at 2:00pm.
ALL access to lot is from Cranbury Road.
Heavenly Farms, Dideriksen Park, and Dog Park – CLOSED 2:00-8:00pm.
Dunhams Corner Road, from Cranbury Road to Church Lane – CLOSED 4:00-7:00pm.
ALL other activities scheduled for Heavenly Farms and Dideriksen Park are cancelled for Friday evening.
Event Hotline ~ 732-3990-4044
Facebook ~ EBRec
Twitter/Instagram ~ EBRecParks
VOTE for Jax
If you haven’t voted yet, it isn’t too late to vote using the following methods:
(1) SuperVote™ at www.americanidol.com/vote or Facebook: https://apps.facebook.com/american-idol-vote – must be signed into Facebook for either
(2) SuperVote™ via the FOX NOW App: If you have a compatible Android or iOS device (tablet or handheld), then you can vote via the FOX NOW App.
(3) Vote using Google Search: If you have a valid Google account, you can vote using Google Search. Simply go to Google, and search “American Idol Vote” – you must be logged in with a valid Google account.
Great Jax Coverage – MyCentralJersey.com
— MyCentralJersey (@MyCentralJersey) April 30, 2015
Cheryl Makin, @CherylMakin has provided additional coverage on mycentraljersey.com including information about the parade that will be held for Jax this Friday here in East Brunswick.
The following is a small selection from this article: “Home sweet homecoming for ‘American Idol’ Jax”
EAST BRUNSWICK – There are four things that Jax misses the most about being so far away from home. In Los Angeles for more than two months, the 18-year-old “American Idol” contestant said, without hesitation, what she misses most is her 16-year-old brother Matthew, her puppy Jeter, the weather and Dunkin’ Donuts.
The singer-songwriter who is in the Top 5 on “American Idol” will tour with other contestants this summer.
On Friday, Jax, who turns 19 on Tuesday, and an “American Idol” entourage will visit her hometown to film a piece to be shown May 6, the night the Top 3 are crowned. Should Jax be in the Top 3, her homecoming adventure will be featured on that episode.
— Cheryl Makin (@CherylMakin) April 29, 2015
— Dave Siminoff (@MYCJeditor) April 29, 2015
Of course the Home News is not the only folks supporting Jax!
— Chris Glassman (@ImagescopePhoto) April 29, 2015