The very popular American version of Vote for the Girls could end up being very different to any of the previous seasons.
After ratings for the current run continued to decline despite the additions of So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD), America’s Got Talent (AGT), Dancing with The Stars (DWTS) as make-up competitions, changes are already in the works and thought up for next year’s Vote for the Girls.
Changes that took effect were the additions of the Moderators’ Save that was used to decline the defeats of Valerie Rockey of So You Think You Can Dance 11, DaNica Shirey of The Voice 7, Jax Cole of American Idol 14, and Meghan Linsey of The Voice 8–the two latter were declared the “Female Victories” with American Idol 14 winner Nick Fradiani (chosen as a Vote for the Girls for Team Ava Zinn and Kymberly Alvaraz) and The Voice 8 projected winner Sawyer Fredericks (chosen by newcomer Thia Tola).
Another change that took place was Alvaraz’s move from the pink team to the purple team after Kymberly (Christian) Alvaraz began a long-term relationship with Ava Zinn, resulting in the first duo moderator on the Vote for the Girls moderator panel, and proved to be popular in both Indianapolis and Denver, with the web site has shown growth in Denver with Alvaraz on the moderator panel (and the fourth strongest moderator on the panel behind Zinn, Holly Everman, and Kellie Rock) while the site saw growth in Pennslvania and Indiana.
Speaking about the future of Vote for the Girls USA, Ava Zinn (yours truly) admits that there are currently a few plans on who would be on the moderator panel. I know Kymberly, Julia, Kendra, Holly, Kellie, Thia, Lanise, Tracia, and I will be back on the panel…. with three other duo moderators besides myself and Kymberly, Julia and her transgendered daughter (Rachael) on the purple team and two duo moderators on the pink team: Holly & Nermal Everman (Holly’s niece) and Kellie and her transgendered wife (Megan).
“Things have to change, I’m not talking about people on the site, we’ve got some ideas which I’m excited about.”
Ratings for Vote for the Girls on YouTube this year have been some of the worst in years, with the spring cycle viewing figures getting close to below 2,000 viewers. Most of blame has to be the combination of several show presentations shown on one episode, construction/renovations at the YouTube Broadcast Operations Center that began on March 16, 2015–the same day as the DWTS 20 season premiere, and ongoing disputes/impasses causing schedule conflicts with Ava Zinn.
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