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Gay Miss America Judge On MSNBC: Her Answer Lost The Crown & I Retract My Apology!

Homosexual celebrity blogger Perez Hilton originally apologized and is now retracting. His widespread cable television appearance was made possible by Norah O'Donnell and the good folks at MSNBC.

CSM has the best Miss California "dirt": 

 Does she regret the answer? Not at all.


“I was raised in a way that you can never compromise your beliefs and your opinions for anything,” she told AccessHollywood.

Further, she informed the entertainment site that her sister is a gay rights activist in the Air Force. By the way, her sister was more sympathetic than Hilton.

“She was just in my hotel room and she said, ‘Sis, I’m not offended by anything that you said. We have two different opinions and I love you because of it. I love you because you stood up for what was right, and it’s not a matter of being gay or not gay, it’s a matter of you competing for Miss USA and getting a question and answering it to the best of your ability.”

On one area both Hilton and Prejean agree: her answer killed her chances of winning the competition.

“She lost it because of that question. She was definitely the front-runner before that,” Hilton told

“It did cost me my crown,” she concurred. “I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I said what I feel. I stated an opinion that was true to myself and that’s all I can do.”

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