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Subject: Not sure how she didnít get the highest score on finals night. She had an excellent presentation too.


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Date Posted: 18:40:27 02/07/19 Thu
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[> [> [> Subject: Miss USA 1991 was a weird pageant all around. Barbara Eden and Debbie Shelton were bizarre in the anchor booth, somewhere between robotic and drunk. And then there was Kelly McCarty, the eventual winner. I never got her, and never will. But here's one extra weird thing: when they showed her score in evening gown (which was very high), the crowd seemed to go wild. But they always said the scores were not shown except to the home audience. Maybe the sound mixer amped up the volume, but I've always wondered about that. One of my least favorite pageants overall.


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Date Posted: 20:48:11 02/07/19 Thu

Miss USA 1991 was a weird pageant all around. Barbara Eden and Debbie Shelton were bizarre in the anchor booth, somewhere between robotic and drunk. And then there was Kelly McCarty, the eventual winner. I never got her, and never will. But here's one extra weird thing: when they showed her score in evening gown (which was very high), the crowd seemed to go wild. But they always said the scores were not shown except to the home audience. Maybe the sound mixer amped up the volume, but I've always wondered about that. One of my least favorite pageants overall.

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[> [> [> [> Subject: The pageant was in Kansas, they went nuts every time she was on stage.


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Date Posted: 22:39:21 02/07/19 Thu


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