Carrie Prejean, Miss California in Donald Trump's Miss USA pageant and the recipient of pageant-sponsored fake boobs, lost her title for "failing to live up to her contractual obligations." Speaking fluent Trump-ese, we offer a rough translation:
We usually ignore Donald Trump's annual search for new tail, the Miss USA pageant, since it's a bastard knock-off of the Miss America pageant, and also because we couldn't care less about goddamn beauty pageants. This year the competition turned into a hotbed of controversy after Miss California visibly pissed off judge and celebrity blogger Perez Hilton with her answer to his question about gay marriage (she's not a fan). To be fair, she did say "No offense" and that she thought it was great Americans are free to choose same-sex or "opposite" marriage - which is absolutely true in all but 44 states and according to the Federal Government.
Prejean should honestly be grateful she was forced to turn in the tiara. The only pageant contestants we remember are the ones involved in scandals - Vanessa Williams being stripped of the Miss America crown because her teen nudie pics showed up in Penthouse was the best thing that ever happened to
us her, launching a singing, film (if you can count Eraser as a film) and television career.
Prejean already has a book deal, speaking tours and reality show offers lined up. And if nothing else, she's made sure no one cares about the woman who actually won Miss USA this year.