Lo Bosworth dishes on her boyfriend and Brody Jenner ahead of tonight's new episode of The Hills. The Miss USA contestants are raising eyebrows for a sexy lingerie photo shoot, and Ryan Phillippe says he works hard for his hard body.
Lo Bosworth dishes on her boyfriend and Brody Jenner ahead of tonight's new episode of The Hills, the Miss USA contestants are raising eyebrows for a sexy lingerie photo shoot, and Ryan Phillippe says he works hard for his hard body. Be sure to follow us on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook for all the latest celebrity gossip!
The 2010 Miss USA contestants pose in a hot lingerie photo shoot even though previous participants have gotten in trouble for taking racy pics.
Before she infamously said anything about gay (or opposite) marriage, beauty queen Carrie Prejean claims that Miss California pageant officials told her to stop mentioning God. In a move that is keeping her name in the headlines, the dethroned Miss California is now suing pageant officials for religious discrimination.
Carrie claims she was fired as Miss California because she voiced her faith-based opinion that gay marriage should not be legal. Apparently, Carrie sees nothing ironic about using her religious beliefs as rationale for voicing antigay sentiments, and then claiming to be a victim of discrimination herself.
The lawsuit names director Keith Lewis and Shanna Moaklar as defendants, and also claims that the pair improperly revealed that they paid for Carrie's breast implants. Shanna's attorney had some strong things to say about the suit. He countered, "Ms. Prejean's unfortunate and bigoted statements are responsible for any public humiliation or damages to her reputation that she has claimed to have suffered." As for whether she was fired for her religion, officials cite her unwillingness to make appearances as the basis for her dethroning.
Regardless of whether you agree with Carrie, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does prohibit employers from discriminating against individuals because of their religion in hiring or firing. Do you think Carrie has a case?
Former Miss California Carrie Prejean has landed a book deal with Regnery, the "leading conservative publisher in America." The title? Still Standing, which I can only assume is inspired by gay-married Sir Elton John's song "I'm Still Standing."
Carrie caused controversy earlier this year when she publicly denounced same-sex marriage in favor of opposite marriage during the Miss USA pageant. She was later dethroned for being unwilling to fulfill "contractual obligations." Here's another contractual obligation she now has: her book will be published in November. That gives her about, oh, six weeks to write it.
Miss California USA Dethroned: Do We Care? Carrie Prejean is no longer Miss California USA. A state pageant official said she was dethroned for “contract violations” like missing scheduled pageant events. Prejean narrowly escaped being dethroned last month when topless photos surfaced of the beauty queen.
Carrie Prejean is no longer Miss California USA. A state pageant official said she was dethroned for “contract violations” like missing scheduled pageant events. Prejean narrowly escaped being dethroned last month when topless photos surfaced of the beauty queen. She also didn’t do herself any favors with her statements about same-sex marriage.
"Carrie is a beautiful young woman,” Donald Trump said, despite canning her, “and I wish her well as she pursues her other interests.”
With all that’s going on in the world, do we care about beauty pageant winners or their dethronings?
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