Miss California Invents Opposite Marriage
Carrie Prejean was the California representative in Miss America 2009 who made one of the best-remembered blunders in pageant history while attempting to articulate her opinion on same-sex marriage.
Prejean was asked by Perez Hilton, one of the jury members, to state her views about same-sex marriage. She went on to explain that people in the U.S.A. could all choose between two types of marriage, followed by ‘same-sex or opposite marriage.’
She went onto say she personally did not agree with same-sex marriage, but sadly she failed to explain what “opposite marriage” is.
Miss Teen South Carolina Takes Everyone on a World Tour
When a young girl who wants to be Miss Teen USA appears onstage, everyone expects that she can at least locate America on a world map.
We are sure that Miss Teen South Carolina 2007, Cate Upton, was able to do that, but when she was asked to give her thoughts on why a fifth of Americans can’t do the same, for some reason her incoherent answer took us all the way to South Africa, Iraq and “the Asian countries.”