Carrie Prejean Loses Her Crown

Carrie Prejean Loses her Crown, according the Donald Trump.

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Carrie Prejean Loses Her Crown

Donald Trump says … she’s fired!

-April Daniels Hussar

Donald Trump and Carrie PrejeanThe golden state of California is no longer represented by one Carrie Prejean, much to the dismay of traditional marriage advocates, and much to the joy of Perez Hilton (we can only imagine). Yes, Miss California has lost her crown, thanks to the Donald Trump -owned Miss Universe organization that booted Prejean Wednesday, citing “contractual breach.”

Aside from Perez Hilton, at least two other people are thrilled with the news: Tami Farrell (the Miss California runner-up who, we imagine, has been waiting eagerly in the wings for the crown to fall into her hands), and Shanna Moakler, the former Miss California and pageant official who resigned last month when Prejean wasn’t fired after those pesky photos surfaced.

“First and foremost, my faith has been restored in the Miss Universe Organization and with Donald Trump,” Moakler told Us Magazine. “I believed eventually what I intimately knew would come to fruition.”

Of course – there is speculation that the real reason Carrie lost her crown is her outspoken defense of “opposite” marriage. Prejean herself called being fired “a political debate.” She told TMZ.com: “They don’t agree with the stance that I took [on gay marriage]. Shanna [Moakler] is trying to bash me. They don’t like me. From Day One they wanted me out, and they got what they wanted.” Prejean also claims that the Miss Universe organization was angry with her for refusing offers to pose “semi-nude” in Playboy and to appear on the high-class show I’m a Celebrity …Get Me Out of Here!

Pageant official Keith Lewis counters by declaring he was merely passing along all Prejean’s offers, per her instructions. FOXNews.com obtained an email written by Prejean to Lewis last Friday that stated: “I expect you to be forwarding me ALL email requests and interview requests to me. I know how you are and its not right if you are selecting things for me.”

Who knows? We do know that Carrrie Prejean is very good at coming up with excuses for her actions – she famously blamed “wind” for the racier of those infamous photos, saying it was “appalling that a professional photographer would violate my trust by releasing an unauthorized and inappropriate image taken in between posed shots on a windy day which I was unaware of.”

What do you think? Is Carrie Prejean being punished for her conservative views of marriage? Or is she merely a woman who got too big for her britches – and her gilded crown?

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0 thoughts on “Carrie Prejean Loses Her Crown

  1. lotsowritin25 says:

    good riddens, beotch!

  2. Fern says:

    exactly — bye bye bye!

  3. bellavita says:

    HALLELUJAH!!! I could not stand this woman…she was an embarassment to our sex. And while I’m all for women speaking their minds I don’t believe it should be at the expense of any group.

  4. kisskiss says:

    seriosuly, it’s as if Anita Bryant was reincarnated. Carrie makes me sick and I have several Cali friends who were mortified to have this woman representing thier state.

  5. lilshopper44 says:

    she deserved it!

  6. needcoffee says:

    glad to see her go!

  7. MaryMack says:

    You women (#1-6) are hateful and sickening. Carrie gave her honest opinion on a subject and all of you show nothing but closed-minded hatred towards her (and I’m sure all of you think in your own minds that you are so open minded and accepting of others and for free speech). Let me explain, her opinion on Gay Marriage is the same as the President’s and over 75% of the population. It is based on her morals, not based on any hatred of people. Having opinions about the institution of marriage and expressing those is not equivalent to expressing feelings about a person or group of people. I am against gay marriage but I have gay friends whom I love very much. Rather than Gay Marriage, why not Civil Partnerships? Words have meaning and Marriage is a religious based institution and should be left as such. The mistake the gay activist community continually makes is trying to cram their beliefs on others in a forceful way, rather than trying to find amicable solutions.

  8. Strong and Quirky says:

    there are far too many sides to this story. I can only say that Carrie has a right to her opinion, and shouldn’t be “crucified” for her stance. The world is too big for us all to agree. But, we should be cordial and respectful of one another.

  9. JerseyGir102 says:

    i think that she has the right to state her opinion. Even if I happen to disagree with her opinion, she is entitled to it. However from the competition point of view, she should have not answered the question with her opinion. She could have just simply stated the greatness of “America the free”…blah blah. I also find it hard to believe that she did not know what she was getting herself into when she entered the competition concerning the appearances she is suppose to do as a state holder.

  10. Fashionforward says:

    Im sure she’ll get a book deal and tell us all about it

  11. ErinW says:

    Too true, Fashion.

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