Shows VFTG Covers

CREATED: December 28, 2012 3:23 AM EST
UPDATED: May 21, 2014 11:01 PM EDT

Overall Record

The X Factor Logo The Voice Logo Duets_logo
The X Factor (US season 1-3)

VTFG Victories 2
VTFG Wins 1
VTFG Clean Sweeps 0
VTFG Loss 1

 

The Voice (US season 3-)

VTFG Victories 5
VTFG Moderators’ Saves 2
VTFG Wins 3
VTFG Loss 0

 

Duets (season 1)

VTFG Victories 0
VTFG Wins 0
VTFG Loss 1

 

Dancing with the Stars (title logo) agt-logo idol-logo
Dancing With the Stars
(season 19-present)*

VTFG Victories 3
VTFG Wins 0
VTFG Loss 0

 

America’s Got Talent
(seasons 9, 10-present)*

VTFG Victories 0
VTFG Moderators’ Saves 0
VTFG Wins 0
VTFG Loss 1

 

American Idol (seasons
9-15)

VTFG Victories 3
VTFG Moderators’ Saves 1
VTFG Wins 1
VTFG Clean Sweeps 1
VTFG Loss 3

 

Rising Star

Rising Star

So You Can Think You Can Dance
 Rising Star
(seasons 1-present)

VTFG Victories 0
VTFG Moderators’ Saves 0
VTFG Wins 1
VTFG Loss 1
So You Think You Can Dance
(seasons 7-present)*

VTFG Victories 4
VTFG Moderators’ Saves 1
VTFG Wins 1
VTFG Loss 0

 

 

*indicates a make-up competition

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  • VFTG Victory: A female contestant wins singing competition or the last male contestant is voted off or eliminated in the singing competition .
    • Melanie Amaro (XFUSA1 – December 22, 2011)
    • Cassadee Pope (TVUSA3- December 18, 2012)
    • Candice Glover (AI12 – declared April 11, 2013, but not final until May 15, 2013)
    • Danielle Bradbery (TVUSA4 – June 18, 2013)
    • Tessanne Chin (TVUSA5 – December 17, 2013)
    • Alex & Sierra (XFUSA3 – December 19, 2013)
    • Maneepat Molloy (RSUSA1 – imported from Thailand, official on May 19, 2015)
    • Jax (AI14 FEMALE VICTORY- May 12, 2015)
    • Nick Fradiani (AI14 MALE VICTORY- May 13, 2015)
    • Meghan Linsey (TVUSA8 FEMALE VICTORY – May 19, 2015)
    • Sawyer Fredericks (TVUSA8 MALE VICTORY – May 19, 2015)
  • VFTG Win: A male contestant is voted off or all females declared safe before the males.
  • VFTG Mini-Victory: (X Factor and American Idol only) A VTFG Mini-victory example from the following programmes:
    • American Idol:
      • Lauren Alaina and Haley Rinehart were in the Top 3 in AI10 (May 2011)
    • The X Factor:
      • Girls category (mentored by Simon Cowell) XFUSA1
      • Young Adults category (mentored by Demi Lovato) in the Top 13 were all-female (November 2012)
      •  Teens category (mentored by Britney Spears) in the Top 8 were all female (Thanksgiving 2012)
  • VFTG LOSS: A male contestant wins singing competition and/or the last female contestant was voted off or eliminated in the singing competition:
    • American Idol season 9 (May 26, 2011)
    • American Idol season 10 (May 25, 2011)
    • American Idol season 11 (May 23, 2012)
    • Duets (season 1 – July 15, 2012)
    • The X Factor (US season 2 – December 22, 2012)

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About the Moderators Veto

Prior to the finale, in which Vote for the Girls encourages you to vote off all the male contestants before the females regardless in order to get a Victory or get at least one, two (American Idol), three (The Voice and X Factor), four (on Rising Star) or even six (America’s Got Talent) female contestant(s) into the finale, but often the performances by the male counterparts will cause Ava Zinn (the Vote for the Girls admin) end the competition with a Vote for the Girls “loss” or end the competition if there are no female contestants left in the competition, and discipline the moderator(s) that have chosen the male contestant (which is defined as a Vote for the Worst pick, which Vote for the Girls never reveals until the end of each competition). In the event should there be only one female contestant remaining on “American Idol,” “The Voice,” “Rising Star,” or “The X Factor”; and to a lesser extent, “America’s Got Talent” and/or  “So You Think You Can Dance”, the moderators of Vote for the Girls may reverse the Vote for the Girls loss in the event the last female contestant is voted off. The moderators (ranging from four to six), including Ava Zinn and co-admin Holly Everman must be unanimous in reversing the loss before the winner is revealed.  In the event the Moderators’ Veto is used, however, the moderator panel does not get any wild card picks or steals in the following competition. That element was first used on the Swedish version of Vote for the Girls, known as “Rösta för Flickorna”, to veto the defeat of Ninni Bautista on the only season of “The Voice Svergie” in 2011.