Miss USA 2010
Note: When I first wrote this post, I was looking for photos on line of the contestants while I was watching the Miss USA pageant on television. Now I have to say, I did NOT watch to the end. I got bored. When I was looking on line for photos, I saw that it mentioned Miss Virginia as being the winner. Well, what I read misinformed me. Now I wish I could go back and find the source. Perhaps it was 2009? I honestly don't keep track. So anyway, I had to change parts of my previous article, after seeing who the winner is today on The Hollywood Gossip and other news sources. That's what I get for jumping the gun. Sorry, so so sorry!
Well, for starters, the Miss USA 2010 contestants and I have nothing in common. Zip, zilch, nada. It is difficult for me to see a difference between any one of them. You basically have to look at their faces to get a glimpse of what their personalities may be like. None of them a bit like mine. But then, I'm not a Miss USA 2010 contender, am I?
After the swimsuit competition, Joan Rivers (a woman I have grown to love) and her daughter, commented on the boobs on one and the perfect body of another (not too thin, muscular)... What show were they a part of? I thought I had switched channels! There was nary a difference in the sticks that held their heads up. This is proven by the fact that I could swear the Miss Virginia that I had posted as being the winner, was not the winner and she must have been from another year.
Women used to eat. Colorado has (used to have) big portions of everything, every where you turn. This Miss Colorado has never eaten a Colorado meal in her life. And miss Wyoming does not get her hands on that home-grown cattle; wait, maybe all the cattle there, has been bought out by corporate farms (this would be most sad). Miss Kansas has eaten corn, but then threw it right back up. As for Miss Virginia, she just may actually represent; it is quite apparent that she lives on a diet of English tea - no cakes, but she does know how to make a Texas toast and cheese sandwich, which is nada in the nutrition department - you can't blame her for being confused when she started down the glamour stairs to the runway (poor thing). And she's not big on smiling either, as you can see from the photo on the left. But that didn't stop judges from loving her. She was in the top 12 the last I watched.
I have to say though that one and only one, stood out to me. That was Miss Michigan. I admit I did love something about her from the second I saw her. She had personality and a certain confidence; others lacked in those departments. She IS gorgeous. Truly she is. And unlike the other girls, I liked what I saw in her eyes. Apparently the judges saw what I saw, because she did, in fact win. She's Muslim American to boot.
Miss USA 2010 being crowned.
Am I offended? No, I'm not. These pageants don't hold too much weight in my mind. As for jealous, as trump mentioned would be a word to substitute for offended, hardly, and I say this as sincerely and honestly as I ever could. At my most gorgeous and wise (which would be now) and even at my most immature (which would have been most of my life) I have never been so bland as these ladies. I have always stood out in a crowd in a most positive way. I too could wear a plastic bag and walk it like the highest of Haute Couture. I am most proud that I could always actually hold that bag up with a gorgeous, yet subtle, curves, broad shoulders, sexy sway, and classic yet exotic looks.
Here's to a most delicious salad, a side of chicken, an orange, (or some barbecued steak with lemon, home-made mashed potatoes - because I make the best there is and I'm not afraid of butter - and some grilled mushrooms and zucchini) and a glass of delicious champagne. Because I'm worth it. I'm no Miss USA, but I do wear an "I'm Fabulous" crown...and I'm proud.
Miss USA 2010 Crown
I think I'd look fabulous! So would you, don't you think?
I really need to get more pics of me. Perhaps I can hire the same people who did the Miss USA 2010 gals?