Thursday, December 14, 2006

Miss USA has been a bad girl

There are reports that Miss USA, Tara Conner, will be stripped of her title for "inappropriate" behavior and public conduct. More specifically because of her actions in various nightspots in New York -- where she is contracted to live out her reign.

It needs to noted that the Miss USA title doesn't come with the stringent morals clause that go with winning the Miss America pageant which, unlike Miss USA, takes into account talent and character in addition to physical appearance.

In other words the odd, playful bar dance probably wouldn't cost you the Miss USA crown.

I remember the first time I saw a photo of Conner. Although she was a beauty contest winner she didn't have the tall, distant, vaguely transsexual look of the pageant winners I had seen in the past. She was more normal sized and looked cute and fun. And with her succinct name and a hairstyle that prominently displayed her dark roots she came off as -- what's the word? -- pornish.

Although Donald Trump, who owns the Miss USA pageant, denies he is going to can Conner he acknowledges she is "going through some personal problems and difficulties."

It's always going to be tricky when a twenty-year old from Kentucky, with a body for sin, is unleashed in the big city and made the center of attention. Especially when all of her applicable young female role models have stopped wearing their underwear.

So now we wait for the details of Conner's transgressions, hoping for the worst, and look forward to her next, more naked, career move. Whatever it might be.


Anonymous said...

The lighting in the photo of Ms. Conner makes it look as though she goes to the same plastic surgeon that Beyonce does.

JT said...

In proper lighting they are in very good shape. Although they might not be her's and her's alone

Anonymous said...

Tara Conner the Naughtiest Miss USA from Tara Conner :

Reigning Miss USA Tara Conner’s recent actions at a New York City Club prompted rumors that she may be dethroned. Citing “inappropriate behavior”, the Miss USA organization recently met with NBC to discuss the matter.