Another nude photo of Carrie Prejean surfaces

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Sunday, 10 May 2009


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Winner of the 2009 Miss USA Pageant, Tara something.

In a stunning upset for staunch right-wing Christian celebrity news hounds, another nude photo of the controversial Miss California USA has made headlines across America, further tarnishing the reputation of models turned beauty queens everywhere.

"I am shocked and outraged!" said Bruce Rosey, head of the Consortium of Celebrity Bloggers for Human Decency. "Another celebrity whom we have vociferously protected as a role-model and standard of morality in this country has betrayed us."

The nude photo clearly portrays Prejean, or someone who looks very much like her in racy underwear, with her back and lower left hand corner of her breast fully exposed. A source close to the Miss USA pageant has said, "We've never seen anything like this. It changes everything."

This latest revelation in the media maelstrom brings the total number of nude photos of Miss California to 57. Some have suggested that this will certainly strip her of her crown. Only time will tell as Donald Trump, owner of the Miss USA franchise, decides the fate of Carrie Prejean. He has already commented ahead of the decision, further adding to speculation on the complex back-room decision making at Miss USA headquarters:

"She's got some body."

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