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WHY DO VIEWERS VOTE? JUDGES RULE Sign In/Join 
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I'm a bit confused as to why HGTV asks people to vote for their favorite design star, and then totally ignore the results. Considering Anne was at the very top of the voting results, and supposedly they were having a "hard time" deciding who should go, the voters votes should've helped them out. Obviously, the decisions have already been made, so I repeat, why vote? I don't get the love for Brooks either, especially over Anne.
 
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The favorite designer vote is for a web series. This show was taped probably several months ago so the winner has already been decided.
 
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Thanks for the info. I didn't realize it was for a web series. I apparently didn't read carefully enough. I kind of wondered why they'd have people voting because I know they film months in advance. Now I'm wondering if they're wondering if they made the right decision.

Thanks again!
 
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