The lure of the Teen Choice Awards is pretty simple. Unlike the Oscars, the Grammys, and other awards determined by professional critics or mysterious academies and guilds, Fox's Teen Choice Awards let the people decide -- well, the young people. However, what if the votes do not matter? What is the point of the Teen Choice Awards if the teens are not doing the choosing? That is what a lot fans are asking ahead of Sunday's big event after the controversy that surrounded the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.

Remember the #TeensDontHaveAChoiceAwards controversy? It all started last year during the 2014 show when Cameron Dallas took home the Choice Viner award and then tweeted that he was notified of his win days before the public voting even closed.

Then, a televised disclaimer at the end of the broadcast revealed that the show's producers reserved the right to hand pick the winner at their discretion. 

“Winners for the Teen Choice Awards were determined through voting on the website,” read the disclaimer. “The results of the voting were tabulated electronically by and confirmed by a committee of Fox representatives. Winners are determined based on the nominees in each category with the highest number of eligible votes. [Production company]  Teenasaurus Rox Inc. had the right to determine the winners from the top four vote-getters of the nominees in each of 88 categories. Ultimate choice was determined solely by the producers.”

Viewers on social media were quick to criticize the show for the sneaky policy and help expose more evidence of the award show's lack of transparency.