Jake And Logan Paul Have An Ingenious Plan To Dominate The Teen Choice Awards
17 July 2017, 10:14 | Updated: 6 November 2017, 09:41
Logan Paulers assemble!
YouTube stars Jake and Logan Paul have hatched a plan to game the Teen Choice Awards voting system to win every award they have been nominated for.
Last week, it was revealed that the brothers were nominated for a combined total of four Teen Choice Awards. They were both nominated for Choice YouTuber, while Logan was nominated for Choice Male Web Star and Choice Comedy Star. Jake was nominated for Choice Music Star.
To maximise the chances of a family "clean sweep," the pair are now planning to use their fandoms tactically. It's no longer the Logang of the Jake Paulers. Now is the age of the Logang Paulers.
Here's how Jake and Logan Paul are planing on gaming the system
Logan agreed to sacrifice his chances of winning Choice YouTuber by instructing his fans, the Logang, to vote for Jake to win that category, as well as the other category Jake's nominated in - Music Star. Meanwhile, Jake has asked his fans, the Jake Paulers, to vote for Logan to win Choice Male Web Star and Choice Comedy Star. By combining fandoms, they're hoping to come away with two teen choice awards each. And to sweeten the deal, Jake promised an iPhone and merchandise to one lucky fan who can prove they voted.
Logan got so excited by the plan that he momentarily transformed into a dog that's just heard the doorbell ring.
Watch Jake and Logan Paul hatch their plan for Teen Choice Awards domination in the video below:
The Teen Choice Awards take place on August 13th.
There are two ways to vote for your favourite YouTuber to win (see all the nominated YouTubers here).
- Visit TeenChoice.com (although voting through the website is only available to those of you living in the USA).
- Tweet your fave’s name along with the hashtag assigned to the category in which they are nominated (all the hashtags are listed below).
Whether you visit the website or vote via Twitter, fans can vote up to 10 times per day in each category. Voting closes on July 19th.