Marie Osmond's secret to getting so many Dancing votes
On Tuesday night, we will find out who wins this season's Dancing with the Stars.
Marie Osmond may have gotten the lowest score from the judges on Monday, but that doesn't mean she won't win the competition. The popular vote could boost Osmond over the top!
Mel B's partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy said he doesn't think it will happen.
“There’s no way Marie can win this show,” Chmerkovskiy told Access Hollywood. “I would stake my reputation on it, so would any other pro dancer on the show.”
However, Marie has more than an army behind her.
Evidnetly the Children’s Miracle Network, a charity co-founded by Osmond sends out millions of e-mails asking their supporters to vote for Marie.
“The e-mails are probably around 2 million once you add in corporate sponsors, hospitals, TV stations and all their friends and family — even bigger than that once they send that e-mail out to others,” Roger Cook, VP of Public Relations for Children’s Miracle Network said.
Some competitors are calling foul while Marie is defending her voters.
“I don’t think it’s an unfair advantage do you? I mean it’s like Helio is out telling race-car drivers to vote. I mean we have our fans,” Osmond said.
“The nature of the show is winning the fans vote,” Osmond’s partner, Jonathan Roberts, added.
The results will be announced Tuesday night on ABC.