Donald Trump is expected to announce the fate of this beauty queen at a press conference tomorrow afternoon.
(No doubt it will be the greatest press conference in the history of mankind, right The Donald?
Meanwhile second runner up Miss Arizona gave a memorized nonsensical answer to a question about universal healthcare.
We have two different opinions and I love you because of it.
I love you because you stood up for what was right, and it’s not a matter of being gay or not gay, it’s a matter of you competing for Miss USA and getting a question and answering it to the best of your ability.” At the Las Vegas pageant, Carrie took a question on same-sex marriage from judge Perez Hilton, who asked her how she felt on the subject.
At least Prejean answered the question Prejean ultimately was declared runner up, and believes she lost the crown because of her politically polarizing answer to that question.
It probably did cost her the crown, and pageant owner Donald Trump confirmed that low scores in the question and answer phase affected the outcome.
[Thanks to Michael Buck of great You Tube show What the Buck for that quote] Prejean: 1, Perez: 0 In an appearance on the Today Show yesterday, Miss California defended her statements on gay marriage, saying they were “biblically correct.” Perez Hilton spewed venom in his Skyped interview with Matt Lauer, making Prejean seem like much more of a sympathetic character despite her exclusionary politics.
Miss California Carrie Prejean's wacky granny Jeanette Coppolla is blabbing to reporters about her anti-gay-marriage granddaughter dating Olympic swimmer/bong-puffer Michael Phelps.
TMZ spoke with Johnson who said, "Now that it is after the fact, I will admit that we were together.
We agreed to keep this private because it was the only thing that he could keep private ...
I was raised in a family to know right from wrong and politics, whether you fall in the middle or the left or the right.