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The 2011 STV Character Competition - QF - Day 29 - Peter Bishop (Fringe) vs. Castiel (Supernatural) & Richard Castle (Castle) vs. Kurt Hummel (Glee)


Hey Guys,

The final eight have been decided. A mix of current shows make up the Quarter Finalists, all shows of the past have faltered and fallen, leaving two from Supernatural and one from Fringe, Game Of Thrones, Castle, Glee, The Vampire Diaries & Gossip Girl remaining. It's time for the eight to become four. It's Quarter Final time...

Today sees Peter Bishop of Fringe challenge Castiel of Supernatural, as well as Richard Castle of Castle taking on Kurt Hummel of Glee. Castiel to date has been the competitions strongest performer. Can he keep the run going and reach the semis? Time to find out...

Currently leading the prediction competition is JerMd on 78 points with Amber English 2 behind on 76. To see your score head HERE

For anyone new to the competition the rules are simple. Every day there will be a new set of polls between characters who are bidding to become the winner of the second STV Character Competition.

All you have to do is to vote for whichever characters are your favourite and at the end of the 24 hours whichever character has more votes will be the winner and will progress into the next round. There are three rounds before the quarter finals, semi finals and then the final...

Don't forget to tweet, facebook, google+ and spread the word about the characters and shows you love to try and boost your chances of winning.

All that is left to say, is let the battles commence...

Quarter Finals

Peter Bishop vs. Castiel

Played By: Joshua Jackson
Years Active: 2008 - present
Major Awards: No Nominations.

Played By: Misha Collins
Years Active: 2008-present
Major Awards: No Nominations.



Richard Castle vs. Kurt Hummel

Played By: Nathan Fillion
Years Active: 2009-present
Major Awards: No Nominations.

Played By: Chris Colfer
Years Active: 2009-present
Major Awards: Won 0 of 2 Emmy Nominations. Won 1 of 1 Golden Globe Nominations.



Hope you all enjoy the competition and good luck to everyone.

Most Voted In Polls
1. Castiel vs. Kate Beckett - R3 - Day 25 - 5888 votes
2. Damon Salvatore vs. Dana Scully - R3 - Day 28 - 3748 votes
3. Olivia Dunham vs. Chuck Bass - R3 - Day 28 - 3439 votes
4. Katherine Pierce vs. Peter Bishop - R3 - Day 25 - 3186 votes
5. Castiel vs. Malcolm Reynolds - R1 - Day 3 - 3119 votes

Don't forget to tweet, facebook click and google+ all of the polls to help spread the word and try to help your characters reach the latter stages of the competition. Tomorrow has the other two QF's with Dean Winchester vs. Daenerys Targaryen and Damon Salvatore vs. Chuck Bass.

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