Gee, we haven’t heard from Carrie Prejean in a while. Wonder what she’s up to? Turns out the beauty queen who’s against same-sex marriage is getting “opposite married” on Friday to NFL quarterback Kyle Boller. Mazel tov! It seems The Frisky’s invitation (and Perez Hilton’s, and Larry King‘s) got lost in the mail.
It would only be polite to send a gift, though. After the jump, some fitting gifts for our fave anti-gay, sex tape-having, dethroned Miss California: Keep reading »
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from beauty queen Carrie Prejean, but never fear: the former Miss California is up to her old tricks. Prejean is being sued by “a Christian PR firm,” A. Larry Ross Communications, for bilking a $64,857 bill. They claim Prejean hired their services in April 2009 to spread her “biblically correct” message, but she has never paid her bill.
Hmm, maybe she wasn’t happy with the way they didn’t stop her from ripping off her mic during that hilarious “Larry King” interview? [TMZ] Keep reading »
Watch your tiara, Carrie Prejean: the search for America’s Next Top Homophobic Beauty Queen just got a new contestant! Miss Beverly Hills 2010 Lauren Ashley, 23, recently told Fox News that she believes God wants gays and lesbians to be “put to death.” Keep reading »
“We are not completely certain that we want Carrie in a nightclub setting at the hours specified… As you can understand, this is in direct conflict with who she is. Her reputation as a Christian is more important than any public appearance attention or monetary compensation. If … you have an opportunity for her to speak to young adults, or physically challenged athletes, she would love it.”
—Carrie Prejean‘s rep, on why Carrie needed to pull out of a midnight appearance at nightclub Shrine in the MGM Grand. Right, because staying up past midnight ruins your rep and not eight sex tapes? Carrie stood to bank $15K from appearing. Also, since when do dance clubs offer opportunities to speak to physically challenged athletes? [NY Post]
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There’s one major issue that sets Meghan McCain apart from other Republicans — she’s in favor of legalizing gay marriage. I admire McCain for going against her party — and many in the Democratic Party as well — on this issue, but I loathe that she manages to make her pro-gay marriage stance all about her. Case in point: today’s completely non-sensical Daily Beast column, in which McCain somehow manages to argue that she, as a pro-gay marriage Republican, gets more s**t from her party than pro-sex tape/anti-gay marriage Carrie Prejean. “If you’re a Republican, is it better to be in favor of gay marriage or to make a sex tape? That is the question.” Ugh, really? Keep reading »