How to Vote For Quintavious American Idol Contestant Season 22


The electrifying Quintavious Johnson has taken the American Idol stage by storm, captivating audiences with his soulful voice and remarkable talent. As he competes in Season 22, fans are eager to support him. In this article, we’ll guide you on how to cast your votes for Quintavious, along with a glimpse into his inspiring journey.

Quintavious Johnson: A Brief Biography

  • Birthdate: November 28, 2001
  • Age: 22
  • Hometown: Franklin, Tennessee
  • Height: approximately 5 feet and 7 inches
  • Background: Quintavious discovered his musical gift at an early age, echoing tunes hummed by his mother, Yolanda when he was just 11 months old. His journey began when he joined the Lime Stone Baptist Choir at the tender age of three.
Quintavious on American Idol stage
Quintavious During American Idol Season 22 Auditions

Musical Journey

  • Despite his youth, Quintavious has achieved remarkable milestones. He reached the Top 5 in Season 9 of America’s Got Talent.
  • He has performed at renowned venues such as the Grand Ole Opry and Madison Square Garden.
  • Inspired by iconic artists like Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, and Mariah Carey, Quintavious honed his craft through vocal lessons and captivating performances.

Church and Worship Leadership

  • Quintavious is not only a phenomenal singer but also a dedicated worship leader at his local church, Grace Community Church.
  • His passion for music extends beyond the stage, as he leads congregations in heartfelt worship every Sunday.
  • Quintavious’s faith plays a significant role in his life, grounding him as he pursues his dreams.

Supportive Parents

  • Mother: Yolanda Johnson
    • Yolanda recognized her son’s extraordinary talent from an early age and encouraged him to pursue music.
    • She has been Quintavious’s unwavering supporter, attending every performance and cheering him on.

American Idol Journey

  • Quintavious’s soul-stirring rendition of CeCe Winans’s “Alabaster Box” during his American Idol audition left judges and viewers in awe.
  • His performance moved Katy Perry, who expressed her desire to return to the choir after hearing him sing.
  • Lionel Richie praised Quintavious’s authenticity and emotional connection to every note.
  • Luke described it as a “second baptism,” emphasizing the impact of his audition.

Top 24 Performances

Group 1 (Mentored by Tori Kelly)

  1. Jayna Elise
    • Song: “Confident” by Demi Lovato
    • Jayna Elise impressed the judges and secured her spot in the Top 24.
  2. Jordan Anthony
    • Song: “Titanium” by David Guetta & Sia
    • Originally from Perth, Australia, Jordan showcased his vocal prowess.
  3. Hailey Mia
    • Song: “She’s All I Wanna Be” by Tate McRae
    • Despite her young age, Hailey finished impressively in 4th place on The Voice season 21.
  4. Julia Gagnon
    • Song: “Rumour Has It” by Adele
  5. Quintavious
        • Dilemma: Quintavious sought advice from Tori Kelly on whether to sing her song “Hollow” or a Carrie Underwood song.
        • Decision: Despite Tori’s encouragement to perform her song, Quintavious chose to sing a Carrie Underwood’s song, “Something in the water” instead.

Top 24 Part Two

  • Song Choices: Unfortunately, specific song choices for this round are not available yet.

How to Vote for Quintavious

  1. Online Voting: Visit and cast your vote for Quintavious. You’ll need to create an ABC account if you haven’t already.
  2. American Idol App: Download the official American Idol app from the App Store or Google Play. Create an account and sign in. Click “Go to Vote Now,” find Quintavious, and assign the number of votes you wish to cast.
  3. Text Voting: Text the number assigned to Quintavious (shown on screen during the episode) to “21523.” in this case text 9 to 21523 to vote for him.

Voting Window

  • Voting begins during the Hawaii round, where the Top 24 finalists perform in two separate episodes.
  • On Sunday, April 7, voting starts at approximately 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m. PDT and locks at 6 a.m. EDT/3 a.m. PDT on Monday, April 8.