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UPDATE: A source close to Taylor Swift tells E! News that "nobody won that contest, and that is not why it was cancelled. This group used a bot to rig the contest, and that forced Clear Channel to cancel."
"Taylor had nothing to do with it," the source added. "They were more than a week away from the end of the contest when it was compromised and they had to shut it down. There was never anything close to a winner."
Today is (kind of) a sad day for Swift fans. Boston's KISS FM canceled its "Taylor Swift's Biggest Fan" contest today after it was revealed that a 39-year-old man named Charles won the grand title.
The radio station updated its contest page with a statement clarifying the reasoning for their decision.
"Disappointingly, we have determined that the integrity of the "Taylor Swift's Biggest Fan" contest has been compromised," it read.
"In accordance with our contest rules, effective immediately, the contest has been terminated. We apologize to all of our loyal listeners who have participated."