The easiest way to find who Vote for the Girls encourages you to vote for on VoteForTheGirls.US is to search the site by keywords associated with your story. For example, if you want to watch or find Pia Toscano, you should search for terms like “Pia Toscano,” “American Idol 10” or “American Idol 2011.”
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No, this is not true. As Vote for the Girls was founded, developed, and created by Ava Zinn in 2010, primary reason Vote for the Girls exists is that Ava Zinn invests heavily (her heart, passion, and even hundreds of dollars) each year to make the Vote for the Girls one of the successful web sites.
The founder and webmaster, Ava Zinn, began watching American Idol a year after an infamous campaign from what eventually was (the Dave Della Terza version of) Vote for the Worst from the seventh through the latter part of the ninth season, she realized that she decided to do something about keeping female contestants on American Idol and eventually discovered that Dave Della Terza’s site essentially ruined American Idol after Vote for the Girls’ very first pick Crystal Bowersox — the lone female contestant — made the American Idol 9 finale only to lose to a Vote for the Worst pick.. That is why Vote for the Girls launched on April 28, 2010 after the elimination of Siobhan Magnus and the site began to vote for the Crystal Bowersox.
Ava Zinn and Aeverine Zinn Holdings (the owner of Vote for the Girls and AvaZinn.com) has had the biggest success with with EVERY other regular competition (three victories on The Voice and two victories on The X Factor USA as well as five victories–including the moderators’ save used on Valerie Rockey–on the make-up competition of So You Think You Can Dance). In contrast, we only had one victory on American Idol and Vote for the Girls regularly discourages you to vote for the male contestants not approved by Ava Zinn, regardless of how much of a fan base the male contestants have. The original Vote for the Worst and Vote Against The Producers usually have supported male contestants that resulted in getting Vote for the Girls losses or a Vote for the Girls pick eliminated, some which really deserved to win the competition. The mission of Vote for the Girls is clear. Vote for the Worst and Vote Against the Producers are are the primary reason for any loss Vote for the Girls and when there’s a Vote for the Girls loss, there’s a make-up competition (So you Think You Can Dance, America’s Got Talent, and/or Dancing With The Stars) to get a make-up victory.
After the Della Terza version Vote for the Worst closed in May 2013, Ava Zinn was slated to buy that site’s domain as a way for Ava Zinn to eliminate the competition. But in February 2014, that site’s domain name got renewed and Ava Zinn did the next best thing as the Ava Zinn version of Vote for the Worst started with the American Idol 13 competition. The Ava Zinn version of Vote for the Worst unlike the Dave Della Terza version is a stark contrast to Vote for the Girls. The Ava Zinn version does not reveal their Vote for the Worst picks until the end of the competition(s) in order to maintain the integrity of Vote for the Girls and all of the Vote for the Girls’ moderators Vote for the Worst picks are made under the sole discretion of the moderator panel. If there is a Vote for the Worst pick that is a female contestant, that contestant is usually a “Best of Worst” pick for Vote for the Girls.
In October 2013 during the third and final season of The X Factor USA, after some thought and consideration, as all the moderators on the moderator panel are all females or transgender/transsexual females. This came down to the key female 18-49 demographic as a way to for them to support the VFTG picks.
Following the elimination of Ellona Santiago and Rion Paige Thompson on The X Factor USA 3, Sierra Deaton was lone female remaining and even though all the females in that season’s category (Girls or Over’s) were eliminated, of which would normally end in a Vote for the Girls Loss early after The X Factor USA 3 quarter-final (Final 6). Alex & Sierra eventually won that season of The X Factor and as a result, Sierra Deaton got the VFTG Victory for Vote for the Girls, the moderators also picked Angie Miller (of AI12) became the very first VFTG pick among non-finale participants to be included in the Vote for the Girls Hall of Fame.
You’ll probably be banned from posting on Vote for the Girls (VFTG) and Ava Zinn, the founder and webmaster, will go hostile, blow cigarette smoke in your face and likely call you a “WGWG COMMIE,” “girl-hating bastard” or “girl-hating bitch.”
A non-VFTG pick is defined as a male soloist, boy band, or a group that has more males than females. They are considered Vote for the Worst picks, and they are never revealed until end of the competition and/or the last remaining male contestant is voted off.