I'll be a shill. I have no problem with it.
I love Donald Driver. Not only for his fine selection of a hairdo, but for his civic heart, educational children's books, quick-witted interviews, professional marketing team and tough play on the field. Â
Today, of course, he takes to the dance floor as he pairs with Peta Murgatroyd on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars." Truth, I've never seen the show and really don't plan to watch. Nothing against it, though. But, I'm a homer so I'll be voting. You should too. Here's how.
You can vote via phone and text message for Donald Driver only on the nights he performs; online voting ends at 10 a.m. the day following the performances.
Phone lines ( 1-800-VOTE4-03, or 1-800-868-3403) and text votes will open at the top of each performance show. The text-in code will be revealed at the beginning of the program. Phone and text lines will stay open until 30 minutes after the end of the show.
Online voting takes place through ABC.com. In order to vote online, you'll need to register or sign in with with your Facebook or Twitter account.
To register online, click the "JOIN" or "SIGN IN" links on the upper right side on ABC.com.
The voting module will not launch until viewers are eligible to vote on Monday night. Again, voting will remain open until 10 a.m. the day following the performances.
The live two hour premiere of the show is tonight at 7 p.m. on Channel 12.
UPDATE (March 20, 2012). Â Here's the video of Driver's performance:
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