Viewers Complain About "Rigged" Teen Choice Awards

One unique aspect of the Teen Choice Awards is that fans themselves vote for the winners. Or at least that's what they claim. But during the 2016 ceremony, viewers were speculating that the voting process was rigged.According to the Teen Choice Awards website, the winners are determined by fans' votes on the website, the Fox app, and Twitter. But some were skeptical that Selena Gomez, who accepted the award for Choice Female Artist remotely, actually beat Ariana Grande, Beyoncé, Demi Lovato, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift.People have been suspicious of Gomez's awards for a while, actually.teen choice awards are so obviously rigged. might as well call them the selena gomez and crappy little twilight awards!!!!!— Dani (@DdaniGordonn) August 9, 2010
Selena Gomez beat LMFAO?! The fuck? So oo rigged. #TeenChoice— SB | RXBN (@rxbnmusic) July 23, 2012
I honestly think the Teen Choice Awards were actually rigged. Selena Gomez Female Hottie? I laughed waaaay to hard.— moonlight (@SlutlenaGomez) August 12, 2013
Others had trouble believing teens voted Pretty Little Liars Best TV Drama award seven years in a row.Is anyone surprised Pretty Little Liars won

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