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Julius Malema punting Idols' Khaya

2012-09-28 12:18
 
Cape Town - We all know who Julius Malema is voting for in this season's Idols finale.

The former ANC Youth League president took to his newly-acquired Twitter account on Thursday and asked his followers to vote for Idols finalist Khaya Mthethwa.

The 25-year-old Durbanite is facing off against 23-year-old Melissa Allison from Port Elizabeth in the competition's finale.

The tweet posted to Julius Sello Malema's Twitter account read as follows:


News24 reported earlier in September that the real Julius Malema had joined Twitter and is tweeting under the previous satirical Twitter account handle, @Julius_S_Malema. The account currently has over 226 000 followers.

Khaya Mthethwa and Melissa Allison will perform for audiences in the last Idols 8 spectacular show, due to air on M-Net (101) and Mzansi Magic (107) on Sunday 30 September at 17:30. The winner will be announced during a 90-minute finale taking place on Tuesday 2 October at 19:30.

To vote for Khaya, sms 08 to 37400. To vote for Melissa, sms 07 to 37400.

Watch a preview of Sunday's spectacular here.



Who are you voting for? Tell us who's your favourite and why - e-mail tv@channel24.co.za and you could be published!

- Channel24

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