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NEW YORK (CBS) The end of this often-surprising "Dancing with the Stars" season could be anyone's game, according to the show's executive producer. Conrad Green told CBSNews.com that next week's finals will be a "three-horse race." Despite the early ousting of a number of strong contenders and fan favorites, Green labeled as untrue reports that "DWTS" is unhappy with and revamping its voting process.
Judges scores for remaining dancers Kyle Massey, Jennifer Grey and Bristol Palin have gotten increasingly close as the show has gone on, he explained, which will make the competition extremely tight. And as for the Brandy's elimination in last week's semifinals, Green admitted he wasn't as surprised by the outcome as many others were. "I wasn't as shocked as most people - we were always set for a surprise," he said. "It's always been so close."
With just one more night of competition to go before we find out if Bristol Palin wins the hideous-yet-coveted Mirror Ball Trophy, the executive producer of "Dancing with the Stars" insists the show's security system is catching and expunging all those votes for her that are being cast by people using bogus e-mail addresses to game the voting system.
On the other hand, the executive producer, Conrad Green also insists he's shocked - shocked - to discover the Palin family could have such a polarizing effect on the American public, over a simple little dance-competition show.
Seriously, I love the girl, (I don't hold her wackadoodle mother against her) but face it...she can't dance and who is picking those horrendous costumes?