May 13, 2014 02:49 PM by Stephanie Gustafson
Charlie White is officially out of the picture on Dancing With The Stars, which means that Meryl Davis, Candace Cameron Bure, Amy Purdy and James Maslow will be duking it out for the mirror ball trophy during next week’s finale. Unfortunately, fans believe that their opportunity to vote for James and his partner Peta Murgatroyd has been compromised. What gives?
Viewers frequently accuse ABC of messing around with the voting process on Dancing With The Stars. The latest voting scandal is particularly bothersome for Team Jeta fans, as they believe that their votes for James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd are not being counted…or worse yet, deliberately changed!
The allegations began late last night, when a number of concerned Twitter users began to notice a glitch in the voting process. Fans claimed that, when they attempted to vote for James and Peta, their voting apps indicated that they had actually voted for Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy. Others complained that their votes had not been counted at all, highlighting screenshots in which the Dancing With The Stars Facebook app indicated a complete lack of voting history.
Rumorfix, after hearing of the voting issues, reached out to a source close to the show in hopes of receiving feedback on the problem. The insider was unable to offer up a full explanation, but did insist, “We’re looking into it.”
Fans of James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd worry that this is all part of a conspiracy to keep their favorite couple from winning. Repeatedly alerted to the voting issues by Team Jeta, James later took to Twitter to advise fans to vote on Facebook, claiming, “It works!”
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