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Bristol Palin Dancing With The Stars Vote Rigged By ABC?

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Bristol Palin DWTS Vote Rigged By ABC?

The Dancing With The Stars finale airs tonight, and we will finally find out who won Dancing With The Stars 2010. Many people have been up in arms over the fact that Bristol Palin made it to the finals on DWTS, and some people even believe that Bristol Palin competing in the finals is some sort of Tea Party conspiracy.

Now there is new speculation that the Dancing With The Stars voting system may be rigged by ABC in order to ensure high ratings for the show. Did ABC rig the DWTS vote so that Bristol Palin would advance to the finals and ratings would go through the roof?

For whatever reason, people love to root against contestants that they don’t like, and this season, there are many viewers who don’t exactly care for Bristol Palin. Even though most of them will say that they don’t like Bristol because she isn’t the best dancer on the show, it is obvious that their real problem lies with the fact that Bristol’s mother is Sarah Palin. If this were any other 20-year old girl, people would be cutting her some slack.

Whether ABC rigged the Dancing With The Stars voting system or not, this season has proved to be highly controversial, which is great for ratings.

And if Bristol Palin wins Dancing With The Stars 2010, something tells me ABC is definitely going to be accused of fixing the votes. People are not going to be able to accept the notion that Bristol Palin won DWTS because viewers felt she deserved it and voted for her.

Why can’t people just sit back, take a deep breath, and realize that Bristol Palin winning Dancing With The Stars is not the end of the world? Aren’t there bigger things to worry about these days?

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