Miss California Gay Comments

April 21st, 2009 by admin

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Miss California Carrie Prejean was neck-in-neck with winner Miss North Carolina, Kristen Dalton, going into the interview portion of Sunday’s Miss USA competition. After the evening and swimsuit section, the two top beauty queens had only .36 separating them.

So did her answer to Perez Hilton’s gay marriage question cost Prejean the coveted crown? Let’s take a closer look at the scoring process.

Pop Tarts has learned that twelve questions are submitted prior to the pageant, and six are then chosen to be randomly drawn from a hat and asked to the top 5 contestants. Which means the organization knew the controversial question was in the mix, though probably not that Prejean would get it.

Individual scores are publicly released up until the top 5 interview portion of the pageant, where judges are supposed to give the contestants a ranking from 1-5. The scores are added to their previous scores and tabluated for the overall result. Miss USA will not allow judges to officially reveal what ranking they gave each contestant for the QA portion of the competition. However, Hilton has made it very clear by his comments that Miss California did not get a good score from him, and that she “lost because of that question.” (Fox News)


Miss California info at MissUSA.com


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  1. 4-21-09 Tuesday | Bubba the Love Sponge® Show

    [...] – AUDIOVIDEO: Miss California Carrie Prejean was neck-in-neck with winner Miss North Carolina, Kristen Dalton, going into the interview portion of Sunday’s Miss USA competition. After the evening and swimsuit section, the two top beauty queens had only .36 separating them. (Full Story) [...]

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