Is there a mistake in “Voice of Bulgaria”? They bet on another for victories…

The ninth and so far last episode of the bTV program “The Voice of Bulgaria” ended in victory for Jacqueline Tarakchi. However, according to the viewers of the show, the presenter Ivan Tishev fucked Sonya Mihailova, who was considered the favorite.

After Sonja’s performance, she asked her fans to vote for her via SMS, but instead of announcing her number, she announced Jacqueline’s. Thus, Sonya subsequently withdrew, and Tarakchi won the first prize, writes “Weekend”.

It is unclear whether Tishev’s mistake was accidental or according to a pre-written script to replace the viewer’s vote, in which the winner of the show is determined.

In this very important stage of the show, Sonia performed the “anthem” of the Bulgarian emigrants “Ya kaji mi, oblache, le bialo”. Her coach Galena noted that this song will undoubtedly excite all Bulgarians and expects many votes for Sonia.

Despite her inspiring performance however, she became the first to be eliminated from this stage of the competition, finishing in fourth place, despite being a crowd favourite.

The other who retired was Alexander Petrov, also from the Galena team.

Jacqueline Taracchi from Dara’s team and rocker Kaloyan Nikolov from Lubo Kirov’s team reached the final. Jacqueline won.

After the incident, a real storm of negative comments and requests to revise the results erupted on the official page of the show. Fans of the show are calling for it to be shut down and are even calling them frauds. According to one of the viewers, if the mistake was not intentional, the results should be reviewed.

And although the criticism of the show does not stop, the case is considered closed and the winner is Jacqueline Taracci. However, many cannot accept her as a real winner, as according to them everything is pre-arranged.

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