Marti McDaniel’s Moderator Comeback Picks

As my in-state rivals from Jacksonville and Miami pointed out, Florida has had more Vote for the Girls victories than any other state. Tampa Bay may be one of this site’s strongest markets, but its also my home market. If I had to choose which Vote for the Girls pick would be nominated in the Hall of Fame if I had to give one out, it would have been a tough call since Macy Kate was already chosen as the 100th Vote for the Girls…

Donna & Tim’s Moderator Comeback and Hall of Fame Nominees

{{unknown}}Florida has the most Vote for the Girls victories with the wins of West Palm Beach’s Cassadee Pope and Eliana Girard, Miami’s Melanie Amaro and Gaby Diaz, and Orlando’s Alex & Sierra. Although the 99th and 100th Vote for the Girls picks were Karen Hornsby and Macy Kate respectively from Jacksonville and Tampa/St. Petersbug; my husband Tim, myself, Nadia (Lorenzo), and Marti (McDaniel) have to keep this in mind when making our decisions. Tim and I can only nominate one VFTG pick into the Hall…

Ava & Kymberly’s Moderator Comeback and Hall of Fame Nominees

There is a reason why I launched Vote for the Girls is to not only get a Vote for the Girls victory and there is another reason why we have a site like VOTE FOR THE GIRLS. As if Vote for the Girls didn’t already have enough elements to keep up with when Moderators’ Save introduced in 2014 (recently used on The Voice 11 after We McDonald finished third), flex picks in 2015 (played a role in the double moderator victories on The Voice 9, 10…

Vote for the Girls Unvelils a new halftime wrinkle: Moderator Comeback

Vote for the Girls has unveiled a new twist for the second half of Season 8. And this one is the best wonderful idea, unlike the moderators’ save used to decline VFTG losses and flex picking experiment, both of which fans says just seem downright gimmicky. When the spring cycle of the season opens in February, each moderator will be allowed to bring back two previous Vote for the Girls picks since 2010 to go up for a public vote. Also some moderators and villains…

REVEALED! The Voice 11 Moderators’ Vote for the Worst Picks.

Former Vote for the Worst pick Sundance Head may have won The Voice 11 with Wé McDonald getting the Moderators’ save to decline her defeat. But was Sundance still a Vote for The Worst pick? This year each and every moderator revealed their VFTW picks instead of one post in detail. Here are the Vote for the Worst picks from the Moderators themselves: Ava & Kymberly Jenny & Tulissa Rachael Passalt Thia & Natasha Peta-Alyce & Nadia Donna & Tim Kathi & Karly Lanise & Danni…

Wé McDonald SAVED BY THE MODERATORS!!! No Loss on The Voice 11.

It was an all-Sophia & Maci finale on The Voice 11. As Carson Daly announced the finalists in fourth and third place, the moderator panelists had already congratulated Sophia Williams and Maci Blanca now a two-time winning moderator and all of her remaining picks are officially in the Vote for the Girls Hall of Fame. As we looked back at Wé McDonald’s auditioned we first saw back in August, all 16 moderators were unanimous, making her eligible for the Vote for the Girls Moderators’ Save. …

REVEALED: Thia & Natasha’s Vote for the Worst Picks for The Voice 11

Thia & Natasha may have been disqualified for violating the moderator rules on October 4, 2016 under the “Alex & Sierra DWTS Rule”, but find out who they chose prior. AUDITIONS Adam Miley Alicia Blake 1 Darby Walker (CROSS-FLEXED from Marti McDaniel) 2 Maye Thomas 3 4 Wé McDonald 5 FLEX 1 FLEX 2 FLEX 3 FLEX FLEX Best of Worst 1 Best of Worst 2 Vote for the Worst 1 Vote for the Worst 2 Vote for the Worst 3