Lists Potentially Overtaken by Votebots
The Top Ten
The second item on the list seems suspicious. There are about 54500+ comments on the item while the item above it only has 1,603. - Misfire
That convicted rapist Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has 16% of the votes! Why do people vote so much for him and saying he’s the true saint in the world? Seriously these bots are worse than Dimash’s bots! At least Dimash is a great singer while Gurmeet gets praised like god and he is actually a bad person. - Userguy44
Dimash Kudaibergen used to be first on that list. - Userguy44
Admin corrected the item after I submitted the list... the person who made this list really spelt it incorrectly. He/she spelt it as "beautful"
Missy Elliott managed to keep first place from Nicki Minaj, but Missy Elliott has 92 comments (and 15 likes on the most liked comment) and Nicki Minaj has 802 comments (and 307 likes on the most liked comment).
Jackie Evancho got a staggering 54% of the votes. - LiamCoasterFan
Well, it looks like I'll have to make another comment, since I can't reply to it, nor can I edit it or delete it. Anyways, Across Endless Dimensions is still #1 on Best Songs of 2020, with comments reaching almost 500 likes. There are now over 1,360 comments.
I'm going to be updating this comment every few days, as there are more comments and comment likes every few days.
Anyways, in ONE DAY, Across Endless Dimensions by Dimash Kudaibergen went from around #160 to #1. There are over 1,140 comments, with comments having as many as 400 likes.
Pakistan has comments with as many as 3,350 likes, while the US has comments as many as 120 likes.
36% of the votes were for Jackie Evancho (#1), while 9% of the votes were for Katy Perry (#2). - LiamCoasterFan
Jackie Evancho got 41% of the votes. - LiamCoasterFan
Although New Jersey has 13% of the votes while Mississippi has 11% of the votes, New Jersey has comments with as many as 260 likes, while Mississippi has comments with as many as 22 likes. - LiamCoasterFan
Philippines has 31% of the votes. - LiamCoasterFan
One Direction and Take That have lots of comments. Plus, One Direction is above Led Zeppelin which is a bit unusual.