This may be just another “soap opera parody” and this “Classic Vote for the Girls” Opening Credits will debut December 9, 2014 in place of The Voice 7 Semi-Final result and another Classic VFTG on December 16, 2014 in place of The Voice 7’s winner revealed since the Moderators’ Vetoed the recent loss. Ava Zinn struck gold with this when she researched that no other web site, You Tube channel may bring back memories to the former ABC soap opera “All My Children” (of which this video is basically a parody of), or even Classic Springer (from the Jerrry Springer show). In the six seasons of VFTG, this is in stark contrast to the previous opens. This sudden change is in hopes to increase the ratings of this site’s support of the female contestants that is in a slump through most of 2014.
The visuals of the Classc VFTG opening sequence are amazingly stunning, especially for the day and age to future generations in which it was created. It opens with a span across a mantel of framed pictures with the VFTG moderators of this web site, then VFTG picks Emily West (AGT9), Kelli Glover (AGT9), Bridget Carrington (Duets), and Crystal Bowersox (AI9). .The opening then pans to a series of pictures strewn across a table followed by pictures falling from the sky. At the end, The photo collage of Vote for the Girls’ Victories and Vetoed Losses (of course VFTG Victories of Melanie Amaro, Cassadeee Pope, Candice Glover, Danielle Bradbery, Tessanne Chin, Alex & Sierra, and Alfonso & Witney with Rising Star contestant and Thailand’s Got Talent 1 winner Maneepat Molloy, and VFTG Moderators Vetoed Defeats of Jena Asciutto, Christina Grimmie, and DaNica Shirey)’s picture falls from the sky onto an iPad with a cover, as it closes.
One very significant fact of this opening (as you saw in previous episodes) were the number of previous Vote for the Girls picks that were prominently featured. Since so many photos could be featured on one screen, they where able to add pictures outside of the live show participants. Also, the Classic VFTG open had many group and couple shots.
Tell us what you think. Should this be used in a regular Vote for the Girls presentation?