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Vote for the Girls
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Vote for the Girls (USA) logo
Also known as Vote for the Girls USA
Vote for the Girls with Ava Zinn & Alexandra Moffitt
Created by Ava Zinn
Presented by Ava Zinn
Holly Everman (2014-17)
Alexandra Moffitt (2017-2020)
Judges see article
Theme music composer Christian Gari
Opening theme Theme from Vote for the Girls by Kassie DePaiva (2018-19)
Image News by Gari Communications (2019-2020)
Ending theme Here Come the Girls by Sugababes (VFTG Victory theme)
The Man by Aloe Blacc (VFTG Loss theme)
Country of origin United States United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 12
No. of episodes (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Ava Zinn
Location(s) Marion, Indiana (2010-2018)
Fort Wayne, Indiana (2016-2021)
Running time Varies depending on results shows
Production company(s) Aeverine Zinn Holdings
Distributor NoSirGifts Venues (2010-2018)
Broadcast
Original channel Main:Expression error: Unexpected < operator.'s channel on YouTube
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Picture format 720p
Original run April 28, 2010 (2010-04-28) – May 23, 2021 (2021-05-23)
Chronology
Related shows Vote for the Girls
Vote for the Girls: Junior Edition
Vote for the Girls UK
Vote for the Girls Australia
External links
[{{#invoke:URL|url|1=voteforthegirls.avazinn.com|2=}} Official website]
[{{#invoke:URL|url|1=www.avazinn.com|2=}} Ava Zinn]

Vote for the Girls , known as Vote for the Girls USA is an American internet website and internet television show created by American entrepreneur Ava Zinn. It is the flagship web site of the international Vote for the Girls internet franchise, where it was devised as her answer to Vote for the Worst. The internet series programs are produced by executive producer Ava Zinn and her company Aeverine Zinn Holdings.

Vote for the Girls is a website devoted for voting for only female contestants.

The site started in 2010, which is devoted to voting for the female contestants on the Fox Network television series American Idol as well as The X Factor, the NBC Network television series The Voice, and the ABC Network's Rising Star. Smaller campaigns have also been started on the site for ABC's Duets and Dancing with the Stars as well as Fox's So You Think You Can Dance and NBC's America's Got Talent.

On Vote for the Girls (VFTG), fans of the site are encouraged to "only vote for female contestants" - call in and vote for who, they view, as to end the male winning streak on Idol. According to the site, the purpose is "to support voting for the entertaining contestants who the producers would love to see win on American Idol" in order to make it a "real good show."

The similarities between Vote for the Girls and Vote for the Worst prompted VFTW creator Dave Della Terza, to heavily criticize VFTG until Terza's site closed in May 2013, and more recently Vote Against the Producers.

The format has appeared in three major versions: the main Vote for the Girls franchise, Celebrity Vote for the Girls featuring well known celebrities as supported contestants and Vote for the Girls: Junior Edition, a version created and adapted for children, which was first developed by Patrice Rafferty in 1989 and has also proliferated to other countries outside the United States since 2015.

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