Posted Mon, May 17, 2010 3:31pm EST

Come On Miss USA! They Found Pole Dancing Photos One Day Into Your Reign!

Newly crowned Miss USA Rima Fakih faces scandal on her first day as pole-dancing photos surface!

As if the scandal around the 51 sexy contestant photos weren’t enough, the Miss USA pageant is in even hotter water now that photos of newly crowned Rima Fakih pole dancing have burst onto the web!

RadarOnline reports that pageant officials have been in contact with Detroit’s Mojo in the Morning radio show over photos they have of Rima competing in their 2007 “Stripper 101″ event. “Rima was one of the girls that won most of the contests that day. We do a pole dancing contest, lap dance contest and booty popping contest,” Mojo said. “She won a personal stripping pole for your house and we had an adult company that gave away all kinds of toys and dirty things that make me blush.” Come on Rima!

The Miss USA organization would not comment on the scandal, but two sources close to the orginization offered very different opinions. While one said, “This is not a big deal and isn’t going to affect her crown,” another said the pagent was very seriously looking in to the allegations and looking to limit potential damage. What we want to know is how they just found out about all this?!

One person who it seems may still be in the dark is Miss USA owner Donald Trump who tweeted this afternoon: “Congratulations to our new Miss USA, the beautiful Rima Fakih. Rima will represent us well at Miss Universe and be a wonderful Miss USA.” Maybe you better get your team to fill you in Donald!

As for all the sexy photo shoots leading up to the competition, they certainly didn’t help the ratings! They were the same as last year for the show, which has been declining in viewers since 2006!

What do you think about this news BFFs? Should Rima still keep her crown even if these photos surface or is this unacceptable behavior from Miss USA?



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Posted at 9:42 AM on May 18, 2010  

She is supposed to act like a LADY not a 2 cent tramp in her free time. Barf. Stripping is disgusting… just a bunch of whores that can’t do anything respectful with their lives.

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Posted at 5:58 PM on May 17, 2010  

This is the worst scandal. Not that she did something bad but people are trying to make a big deal over nothing. She’s fully dressed, wearing a lot more clothing than those publicity shots approved by the pageant.

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Posted at 5:45 PM on May 17, 2010  

Pole dancing is an accepted fitness option these days. I don’t see drugs or nakedness, so where is the problem.

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Posted at 5:24 PM on May 17, 2010  

Who cares. Seriously. She is just dancing. It’s not like she’s naked and doing this or it’s a sex tape. She is just dancing a round a pole. Too many conservatives. Seriously. We don’t live in the 50’s people. Why are people shocked by anything anymore. If anyone feels that she’s doing a bad thing, don’t watch tv because there are alot of bad things and worse things out there. Who cares what Miss America is doing. Seriously.

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Posted at 4:09 PM on May 17, 2010  

After the new ‘sexy’ photo spreads they’ve done of this year’s Miss America contestants, it seems kind of ridiculous for the Miss USA organization to get upset over this kind of behavior… doesn’t it? I mean, they’ve basically condoned it already. They can’t have it both ways – use ‘sex’ to market their competition and then punish contestants for similar behavior. It seems to me that they no longer have the credibility to pull out the ‘wholesome’ card and remove someone’s crown.

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