Taking a page out of "American Idol," judge Randy Jackson is reaching out to his Twitter followers to help him fill out his Grammy ballot.

Voting members of the Recording Academy have until Friday to get their votes to accounting firm Deloitte & Touche. Winners, which are chosen by their fellow music industry professionals, will be crowned during the 52nd Grammy Awards Jan. 31, airing on CBS from Los Angeles' Staples Center at 8 p.m. ET/PT.

The Grammy ballots are printed with a rule that reads: "Do not allow your choices to be suggested or directed by other than your own conscience."

While there's no way of telling whether Jackson's nearly 12,000 Twitter followers are actually influencing his votes, the "Idol" judge—who's prepping for the premiere of his show's ninth season on Fox Jan. 12—was fervently marshaling their input.

"Who should win album of the year?? Gaga, Beyonce, Taylor swift, black eye peas or Dave matthews band!! help me!! c'mon," Jackson tweeted Monday afternoon. For Song of the Year, he later added, "okay its between use somebody and pokerface..... which one!! c'mon!!!" and then wrapped with, "alright guys... thanks for your help... gotta get back to work ... ya all are amazing!!! HOLLA, ONE!"

Jackson is a former member of the board of governors for the Recording Academy's Los Angeles chapter. A rep for Jackson couldn't be reached and a Recording Academy spokesperson did not comment at press time.