Miss Teen USA
July 17, 2011 by Post Team
Miss Teen USA, On Saturday night, our Miss Teen USA 2011 was crowned in front of a crowd disappointing in the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. Danielle Doty, 18, of Texas, was the winner. She won the girls 14 to 19 competed for the tiara and the chance to live in New York for a year studying at the Academy of Motion Picture and volunteer for a variety of charities. I may have missed the contest this year, or even knew was happening, because since 2007, the issuance of Miss Teen USA has been relegated to online only – no TV time for these pageanters teenager.
I mean, after Miss Teen South Carolina’s own shame and the parade of hers “and” response during the 2007 competition, which can blame the executives for taking this fiasco in the air.
You remember, right? In case you forgot, the video for the 2007 competition is below.
With shows like Miss Teen USA increasingly popular, are heading on the road to extinction? I like it that way. Ratings have been through all the Miss USA and Miss Universe, so I think it might be time to pull the plug.
I’m not sure what the competition to achieve. In the best cases, you only hear about the winner the day after the crown … worst we’ve heard it all year round and faced her way around sex scandals, gaffes gay marriage, and a global problem with being uninformed.
Without the Miss Teen USA or the U.S. a lady, I think the trickle down effect would result in fewer children tiaras. Waxing, over-sexualization of young girls, an emphasis on outer beauty, … can not be good for girls forced to compete for the trophy twice the size of her mother encourages them to overweight from her folding chair in the church basement became a show space.
There would be immediate, but eventually the child would die contests after the adults did. If the ultimate goal of Fame American history cannot be achieved without a Miss USA, what mothers of young children have to wait?
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