A controversy arose because Miss Puerto Rico, Joyce Giraud, posed almost completely naked in underwear ads prior to becoming Miss Puerto Rico.
Miss Puerto Rico - Joyce Giraud
This controversy is reminiscent of pervious scandals involving beauty contests. The most famous case occurred in 1984, when Vanessa Williams became the first black Miss America, only to have her title stripped a few days later when it was discovered that she had posed in hard core lesbian porn. Photos of her were later published in Penthouse magazine.
However, stripping her of her title did not work, as this incident made Vanessa Williams by far the most famous winner of Miss America and propelled her into a TV and movie career. The person who was awarded the title in her place has been forgotten.
There was an earlier incident involving Miss Universe winner Amparo Muñoz from Spain, who soon became a porn star. This scandal was hushed up, and it was only said that she "had been unable to complete her term of office."
Donald Trump with Miss Puerto Rico, Joyce Giraud
The Donald would clearly like to receive a suitable and appropriate reward from Miss Puerto Rico for allowing her to compete for Miss Universe, in spite of feminists protests against her. Clearly he is entitled to the same. Do you think that he got it?
Miss Wales, Helen Morgan, won the Miss World title in 1974 and also finished second to Amparo Munoz in the Miss Universe contest, but was de-crowned because it was found out that she had been an unmarried mother plus she was by then also married.
Since then, there have been background checks on women involved in major beauty contests. This may also explain why so many "beauty pageant" contestants are just slightly above average in appearance but have a flawless reputation.
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