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Subject: i disagree about MOna. I think she won on her T 6 Question. How about miss usa, teen and Miss america

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Date Posted: 23:30:19 10/05/20 Mon
In reply to: MU_Critic 's message, "Most of them! I doubt pageant organizers would allow random judges to select a winner just like that even though that's the image that is portrayed. We've all heard of judges' briefing. They are told what the org. is looking for before finals. The telecast is merely a production to justify the selection of the chosen one. CLICK INSIDE for some thoughts about particular pageants >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>" on 17:42:40 10/05/20 Mon

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[> [> [> Subject: @ a -- Regarding Miss USA: 2 instances come to mind. The first is 1999 when an awkward Kimberly Pressler won beating out a confident Tennessee and a stunning California. If you recall the Top 5 interviews, host Shemar Moore was reading pre-written questions off a cue card for each finalist. While the other 4 got dumb questions, Kimberly got "If you were Miss USA" type questions, which really made it appear that she was (for some reason) the chosen one. I mean, California was asked to bend over backwards and touch her nose to the floor! The second example is 2003 when Susie Castillo won. She was bubbly and cute but by no means a front-runner or even anywhere close to the best. But NBC's contract with Telemundo that year most likely dictated that a Latina had to win and she was the chosen one.

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Date Posted: 20:59:36 10/06/20 Tue

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