Did’ja see it? Weren’t you just blown away with the outcome of Season 27, DWTS? I know we were!
We watched DWTS all through Season 27, as we have done faithfully in past seasons. Never voted tho. Not by text nor Tweet. We just watched & enjoyed the competition.
Right from the Get Go, we thought Milo was the Clear Front Runner. I mean he’s only a kid. Just 17 HY. But the kid is so versatile; eager to please; knows his stuff. He’s gonna be a Star some day.
Even though we didn’t vote each week for the best dance & dancer of the week, we kept tract of the scores as people went through the season. Milo had the most points of all the contestants by a mile . . . get it? Milo was Miles Ahead! (Just a little K9 humor there ).
We were just blown away at who won. Not because we didn’t like him personally, it just seemed there were dancers’ scores far bigger than his by the Night of the Mirror Ball. Like Milo, for instance. Going by a tally of overall points, Milo was far ahead of the pack. In fact, the Winner had the least points of the the contestants competing for the Coveted Mirror Ball on the Season Finale & Presentation of the Coveted Mirror Ball.
DWTS doesn’t report total fan votes week to week. That’s where the discrepancy occurred & we don’t know about it until the Finale with the Fat Lady A’Singing! Congratulations to Bobby Bones. He wasn’t the best dancer of the Season. But he was very likable & personable & has a yuge fan base in the Southern Regions of the Country. So his fans voted for him, faithfully each week. And maybe voting districts were Gerrymandered or something. But, Guess what! He won! Bobby Bones won on the strength of his fan base!
We, here at Todo Chronicles, want to drive home this lesson. If you don’t vote, you can’t complain about the outcome of an election. & DWTS voting procedures are so easy, even us dogs could do it. Just 1 more reason to extend the voting franchise to us K9s. We prolly pay more attention to these issues & topics & are up on current events than a major portion of the Human Population. Remember: If you don’t vote, you can’t complain about the outcome.