Template:VFTG Around the World

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Country/Region Local Title Language(s) Web site Seasons and Victories Moderators Presenters Status
Premiered Ended
 Argentina
 Australia Vote for the Girls AU English voteforthegirls.com.au July 26, 2015 November 25, 2015


Ava Zinn
Thia Tola
CANCELED
 Bolivia
 Brazil Vote for the Girls Brasil Spanish N/A April 6, 2014 present
  • Current:
    • Paulina
    • Agina
TBA Ongoing
 Chile
 China
 France Votez Pour Les Filles
Vote for the Girls France
French N/A June 2, 2010 Present


  • Current:
    • Millie Mack
    • Stefani Gould
    • Alexa David
    • Claice Kingsland
Sophia Williams Ongoing
 Germany Deutschland Voting für Women
(Germany's Vote for the Girls)
German N/A February 18, 2011 December 17, 2015
  • Current:
    • Cathy Preta
    • Carlotta Earlkopf
    • Guest Moderators
  • Former:
Jenny Riva Ongoing
 Mexico Vota por los Chicas Mexico
(Vote for the Girls Mexico)
Spanish N/A April 6, 2014 present
  • Current:


TBA Ongoing
 India
 Indonesia
 Israel
 Italy Vota Femminili
(Vote for the Girls)
Italian N/A August 23, 2010 December 10, 2015
Alessandra Griffin CANCELED
 Japan
 Philippines
 Puerto Rico
 Russia
 Singapore
 Sweden Rösta för Flickorna Sverige
Vote for the Girls Sweden
Swedish N/A September 18, 2011 December 11, 2015
  • Current:
Elaine Carlton Canceled
 Thailand Vote for the Girls THAI Thai N/A April 20, 2011 2014
  • Season 1 (2011): Maneepatsorn Molly[5] (Thailand's Got Talent)
  • Season 2 (2012)
  • Season 3 (2013)
  • Season 4 (2014)
Cancelled.
REASON: Three consecutive losing seasons.
 Turkey Vote for the Girls
(Vote for the Girls)
Turkish TBD present Future Season 1 (2014): - Upcoming
Current:
TBA
TBD Forthcoming
 United Kingdom Vote for the Girls UK English voteforthegirls.co.uk June 1, 2013 December 2016

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Ava Zinn Ongoing
 United States Vote for the Girls English voteforthegirls.us April 28, 2010 Present


  • Current:
    • Ava Zinn
    • Holly Everman (6-8)
    • Alexandra Moffitt (9-)
Ongoing
 Uruguay
 Venezuela
List of news presenters/correspondents who became moderators in versions of more than one country/region:[edit]
  • Thailand Thia TolaThailand (1-4), United States (guest 6, solo 7-8, duo 9-future ), Australia (1), New Zealand (duo 4-present), and United Kingdom (4-)
  • United States Ava ZinnUnited States (solo 1-6, 9-, duo 6-8 ), United Kingdom (1-3) and Australia (1)
  • United States Karly JamesonUnited States (solo 6, duo 7-present), and United Kingdom (3-present), and Australia (1)


List of moderators that won in versions of more than one country/region:[edit]


Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Moderators' Veto, first introduced on the Swedish version introduced a veto power in which the moderators have the right to void a Vote for the Girls Loss which they used at their very first opportunity. For the Moderators Veto to be used, all of the moderators must vote yes and be unanimous. In such cases, the site does declare a draw (as opposed to a loss or a victory), and the moderators face a "Punishment for Vote for the Girls Loss" because no loss was declared. However, if the Moderators Veto is used in a make-up competition (Dancing with the Stars, So You Think You Can Dance, Got Talent), the moderators do not will not be able to make any wild card picks for the regular competitions (Idol, The Voice, X Factor, Rising Star.) Such occurrances happened in the following VFTG versions' seasons:
  2. ^ The Male and Female VFTG Victories, first introduced on the American version in the Spring 2015 introduced a two victory format (one male and one female) and must be used with Moderators' Save. In such cases, the site's moderators do not face a "Punishment for Vote for the Girls Loss" nor participate in a make-up competition because no loss was declared. The only way a loss will be declared in that situation is when a male contestant not supported by the web site (or known as the Ava Zinn version of Vote for the Worst pick) wins the competition and/or the Moderators' Veto is not used. This later modified on the American version in the Fall of 2015 with the introduction of "flexible picks" allowing a female moderator to support a male contestant
  3. ^ In the American version of Vote for the Girls, Ava Zinn served as a solo moderator from seasons 1 to the fall cycle of season 6. In the season 6 spring cycle of the said franchise, she was joined by her civil partner Kymberly Alvaraz, and became the web site's first duo moderator called "Ava & Kymberly".
  4. ^ In the American version of Vote for the Girls, Holly Everman served as a solo moderator from seasons 1 to 6. During the fall cycle of season 6, Holly was suspended after her second DUI arrest and her niece, Nermal filled in. In the season 7 of the said franchise, Holly was joined by her civil partner Perri Johnson, and became the web site's second duo moderator called "Holly & Perri".
  5. ^ In the American version of Vote for the Girls, Hillary Matthewson filled in as a guest moderator upon the death of Robyn Hurd during season 3 until the start of season 5 and Tracia Ward served as a solo moderator in the season six spring cycle until the season 7 fall cycle. In the season seven spring cycle of the said franchise, Tracia Ward and Hillary Matthewson became the web site's third duo moderator called "Tracia & Hillary".
  6. ^ In the American version of Vote for the Girls, Kathi Jameson served a solo moderators from the season 5 spring cycle to her termination on September 18, 2014 while and Karly Ryder, Jr. (now Karly Jameson) served as a solo moderator in the season six fall cycle until her termination in November 2014. In the season seven spring cycle of the said franchise, Kathi and Karly Jameson became the web site's fourth duo moderator called "Kathi & Karly".
  7. ^ In the American version of Vote for the Girls, Lanise White served as a solo moderator from seasons 6 to 7. In the season 8 of the said franchise, she will be joined by her civil partner Danni McClannahan, and will become the web site's fifth duo moderator called "Danni & Lanise".

Moderators' Saves[edit]

References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 Make-up competition (United States, Germany, France, United Kingdom, and Australia)
  2. 2.0 2.1 The Italian and French versions both introduced a veto power in Vota Femminili 2011 and Votez Pour Les Filles 2011, respectively, in which the moderators had the right to void a Vote for the Girls Loss which they used at their very first opportunity. This was first introduced in the Sweden version and later used on future adaptations of Vote for the Girls.
  3. Before the Germany Idol 12 finale on May 16, 2015, the moderators were given the option by each taking an anonymous vote to either use their veto power in which the moderators will use their Moderators' Save on Grisafi if all votes were "yes" Jenny Riva would declare a perfect season and the moderators will not choose any wild card picks for the upcoming season of The Voice of Germany. The votes ended with all moderators voting yes. With Jenny declaring the first Perfect year when it was revealed that Jamie-Lee Kriewitz won the fifth season of The Voice of Germany. Had the moderators not been unanimous, the site would have declared a loss.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 The Swedish version introduced a veto power in which the moderators had the right to void a Vote for the Girls Loss which they used at their very first opportunity
  5. The winner of Thialand's Got Talent also competed on the first season of the American version of Rising Star and later a Vote for the Girls USA pick.
  6. 6.0 6.1 ??
  7. Before the American version of the So You Think You Can Dance 11 finale on September 3, 2014, the moderators were given the option by each taking an anonymous vote to either go by Valerie Rockey winning SYTYCD since there was one winner or if all votes were "yes" Ava Zinn would declare a Vote for the Girls victory based on the dual-winners format used on SYTYCD 9 and 10 and the moderators will not choose any wild card or steal picks for the upcoming seasons of The Voice and American Idol. The votes ended with all moderators voting yes. With Ava ignoring the single winner format reinstated for the 11th season of So You Think You Can Dance and going by the two winners (one male and one female) for the competition, Ava declared a the first Vote for the Girls victory of 2014 when it was revealed that Ricky Ubela (the actual winner of So You Think You Can Dance 11) was declared the male winner and Zach Everhart, Jr. (finished in 4th Place) the male runner-up while Valerie Rockey (the runner-up of So You Think You Can Dance 11) was declared the female winner and Jessica Richens (finished in 3rd Place and the Vote for the Girls victory) the female runner-up. Had the moderators not been unanimous, the site would have declared its fourth consecutive loss as well as the first SYTYCD loss.
  8. Moderators' Veto was used upon Shirey's elimination on December 2, 2014.
  9. The moderators' Save was used on both a male and a female supported contestant. In addition, Fradiani became the very first male Vote for the the Girls pick under the Alex & Sierra rule. During the auditions, Fradiani auditioned with his significant other, Ariana Garvrilis (aka Yanni G), and Zinn declared Fradiani close enough to an Alex & Sierra pick for American Idol. Also upon the elimination of Tyanna Jones, Cole was the last remaining female, and became eligible of the Moderators' Save since all eight moderators voted unanimously in favor of Cole. As before, Ava ignored "the last female standing" format and went by the two winners (one male and one female) for the competition, Ava declared a the first dual Vote for the Girls victory when it was revealed that Fradiani (the actual winner of American Idol 14) was declared the male winner and Clark Beckham (finished 2nd) the male runner-up while Jax (finished third) was declared the female winner and Tyanna Jones (finished in 5th Place) the female runner-up.
  10. The web site declared two victories (one male and one female) for the competition upon the announcement of the third place finish of Noah Galloway & Sharna Burgess (chosen by Thia Tola), Willis & Chmerkovskiy (the actual winner of Danicng with the Stars 20) was declared the female winner (chosen by Kendra Ray) while Lynch & Holker (runner-up) was declared the male winner (chosen by Ava Zinn & Kymberly Alvaraz).
  11. Sawyer Fredericks became the very first male Vote for the the Girls pick under based on appearance and vocals during Fredericks' audition, and Zinn approved Fredericks as a Vote for the Girls pick for the pink team moderators (Holly Everman, Kellie Rock, Tracia Ward, and Thia Tola). Sawyer Fredericks became Tola's pick. Also during the blind auditions, Meghan Linsey became eligible of the Moderators' Save since all eight moderators voted unanimously in favor of Liney. Like the American Idol 14 competition, Ava went by the two winners (one male and one female) for the competition and declared a another dual Vote for the Girls victory when it was revealed that Koryn Hawthorne (finished 4th) was decalred the female runner-up and Joshua Davis (finished 3rd) was announced the male runner-up and Fredericks (the actual winner of The Voice 8) was declared the male winner and while Linsey (the runner-up of The Voice 8) was declared the female winner. Additionally, the main moderator panel did not have to particpate in a make-up competition nor face any punishments for failure.
  12. Bindi Irwin, the winner of the twenty-first season of the American version of Dancing with the Stars was later imported Vote for the Girls Australia Hall of Fame upon her American victory.
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