Who Is The Most Beloved Female TV Character From The ’00s Onwards? VOTE!

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Last month, we asked you to sound off and nominate female TV characters from the ‘oos to now who are worthy of being crowned with the title of “Most Beloved.” It’s safe to say, you definitely delivered!

We poured through your nominations across Twitter, Facebook, and of course, our original post and discovered you all have some pretty great choices as to who should be deemed “the most beloved female TV character from the ’00s onward.” In fact, we got so many nominations, that we decided to narrow down the final list to feature only characters attached to dramas and dramedys.

Now that the nominees are in, it’s time to put it to a vote and declare a winner once and for all!

Will your vote go to Grey’s Anatomy’s Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo)? Or do you think a newer fan favorite like Outlander’s Claire Fraser (Caitriona Balfe) should take home the crown? Do you stand by your love for Veronica Mars (Kristen Bell) and her penchant for solving mysteries? Or is Empire’s Cookie Lyon (Taraji P. Henson) the ultimate queen of everything and therefore most deserving of scoring the win? Does ABC’s seriously addictive Quantico have you obsessing over Alex Parrish (Priyanka Chopra)? Or perhaps your heart is set on voting for one of The CW’s more recent character like The Vampire Diaries Elena, or The 100’s Lexa. Regardless of which amazing female character is your ultimate pick, one thing’s for sure: the choice is yours, so don’t forget to vote in the poll below!

Once you’re finished, be sure to drop us a line in the comments letting us know which phenomenal female TV character from the 2000s you voted to be crowned the most beloved, and why you voted for her!

Best of luck to all the ladies featured in our poll — may the best woman win!

 

Poll closes September 15, 2016. Who got your vote? Tell us in the comments!

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