58th Miss USA Contestants

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Here they are... another 51 young women vying for the creme de le creme of beauty pageants in the U.S. (next being Miss Universe).
http://tv.yahoo.com/miss-usa-2009/show/44610/photos/1
Dunno about you all but my home state has got something going on. :uhyeah:

Really wonder if the pageants are truly necessary or if they're just icing on a rather bland cake in which young girls must try to aspire to become rather than being themselves no matter how their bodies turn out.
One thing I've learned is some girls/women have got it.. .and some girls/women have GOT it... but a lot of girls/women have got it where it COUNTS (brains) more than where they don't got it.
They should have pageants on brains rather than looks I think.

Still for a single guy... eye candy never killed anyone. :rolleyes:
 

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Sorry mate, Miss Tennessee has a set of gnashers that put me in mind of Alien ... What!! Wait a moment! What am I saying :lol:.

Can you imagine walking into a pub populated by those ladies :eek:!

If I was forced to choose and trying to assign 'personality' just from a quick skim through those photographs, I'd probably plump for Chanley Painter.
 

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It'd be interesting to see how well people did matching contestants to states by appearance...
 

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They should have pageants on brains rather than looks I think.

They do. It's called Jeopardy.
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I like that there is a significant number of brunettes.
 
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And the winner is...

Miss North Carolina USA crowned Miss USA 2009

http://tv.yahoo.com/miss-usa-2009/show/44610/news/urn:newsml:tv.ap.org:20090420:miss_usa__ER:7374
By KATHLEEN HENNESSEY, Associated Press Writer Sun Apr 19, 7:02 PM PDT Miss North Carolina USA Kristen Dalton was crowned Miss USA 2009 on Sunday, beating out 50 other beauty queens in the live pageant televised from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas
The 22-year-old aspiring motivational speaker and entertainer from Wilmington edged out first runner-up Miss California USA Carrie Prejean, of San Diego, and second runner-up Miss Arizona USA Alicia-Monique Blanco, of Phoenix.
"It feels really natural," Dalton said of her win. "I've worked so be here and this has been my lifelong dream and it's finally here. And whoever knew you could win in a turquoise gown?"
Contestants from all 50 states and the District of Columbia competed in the pageant, aired live on NBC. Contestants were judged by their performance in swimsuit and evening gown modeling contests and their responses to a question asked onstage; unlike the rival Miss America pageant, Miss USA contestants do not perform a talent.
 

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Yea this is just a ploy to get the men of this country un focus about there jobs and families. Why can't we have a ugly Miss America, one that is overwieght a little and has 3.2 kids and is working at the local Dennys? I mean this is the typical person for all men.
 

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My fascination with surgically created nearly identical vestigial virgins is extremely limited. Women whom I can actually meet, talk to and theoretically smell and touch are much more interesting. Besides, if you want to see nice legs, pretty faces and big bouncy dock bumpers there is a much greater variety available online in whatever configuration or state of (un)dress a person could imagine.
 
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Yea this is just a ploy to get the men of this country un focus about there jobs and families. Why can't we have a ugly Miss America, one that is overweight a little and has 3.2 kids and is working at the local Dennys? I mean this is the typical person for all men.
Actually they did... there was a (short lived) show called Queen For A Day! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_for_a_Day

But the winner could've been Miss California... provided she knew what country she was in! Probably thought she was in the Miss Universe pageant :rolleyes:

Miss California: My Anti-Gay Marriage Answer "Cost Me My Crown"

Us Magazine - April 20, 2009 10:28 AM PDT
http://omg.yahoo.com/news/miss-california-my-anti-gay-marriage-answer-cost-me-my-crown/21524
Miss California Carrie Prejean says she believes her anti-same sex marriage stance hurt her chances of winning Sunday's Miss USA competition.

At the Las Vegas pageant, Prejean, 21, was asked by judge Perez Hilton how she felt about legalizing gay marriage. "In my country, and in my family, I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman," she replied. She later lost out to Miss North Carolina, Kristen Dalton.

"It did cost me my crown," Prejean said of her response on Monday's Billy Bush Show. "I wouldn't have had it any other way. I said what I feel. I stated an opinion that was true to myself and that's all I can do."

"It is a very touchy subject and [Hilton] is a homosexual and I see where he was coming from and I see the audience would've wanted me to be more politically correct," she added. "But I was raised in a way that you can never compromise your beliefs and your opinions for anything."
Well opinions and beliefs are yours and yours alone hunny... but at least make them correct... even if not politically.
 
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