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  • Just last week, Make Me Heal was certain that the recent Miss USA pageant would give rise to a scandal even juicier than Miss California Carrie Prejean’s views on gay marriage. Now it seems that not only were we right about a scandal, but we were right about a breast augmentation as well.

    Carrie Prejean, Plastic Surgery

    At the Miss USA pageant 21-year old contestant Miss California Carrie Prejean drew attention not only for her controversial remarks about gay marriage, but also for her possible breast implants, which Make Me Heal spotted already a week ago (See Make Me Heal’s story on Miss California Carrie Prejean). In the same story, Make Me Heal also discussed the plastic surgery procedures that Miss USA winner Kristen Dalton had herself.

    Not only did the pageant officials confirm that Miss California has indeed gotten a breast augmentation, they even admitted that they paid for it.

    “We assisted when Carrie came to us and voiced the interest in having the procedure done,” co-director Keith Lewis told Early Show co-anchor Maggie Rodriguez.

    Carrie Prejean Plastic Surgery

    He went on, “We want to put her in the best possible confidence in order to present herself in the best possible light on a national stage. It’s not something we endorse, nor is it something that we suggest. But when we meet with the titleholder when she’s crowned Miss California, we put to her a litany of questions about how she feels about herself, what she feels she needs to work on, what she may need to change, what is good, what is not good.

    “It’s a personal choice. Well, I think that it’s about how a woman feels about herself. In terms of, for me, it’s not a personal choice that I would recommend. But at the same time, I know so many women that have done the procedure and feel better about themselves and the way they present themselves. And I think that’s the question is, whether or not, when you’re looking at that procedure as an option, am I going to feel better about myself? It’s not about one night. It isn’t about one night of competition. And doing a procedure like that for one night of competition would be foolish.”

    Carrie did indeed, look better proportioned in her swimsuit, even if she did still lose to Kristen Dalton. (See Make Me Heal’s story on Kristen Dalton’s plastic surgery).

    Just as we recovering from the shock of the pageant’s directors admitting to buying the lovely young ladies a breast augmentation, semi-nude photos of Miss California also sparked a flurry of blogs.

    Carrie has said that she was 17 at the time that the photos were taken, and has also said she believes she did not violate her Miss California contract when she gave pageant officials written assurance she never posed semi-nude, as she is modeling lingerie.

    In the photos, Carrie appears topless, wearing panties and exposing the side of her breasts, which look to be newly augmented.

    Miss California is Make Me Heal’s favorite kind of pageant queen: pretty and gossip-worthy.

    Read the complete celebrity plastic surgery profile of Carrie Prejean on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.



    9 Comments so far

    1. Patrice on May 8, 2009 10:59 am

      It makes me sick that a woman saying that she believes marriage should remain (and is) between a man and woman (GASP) it is considered to be “comntroversial”. What is going on in our society that voicing such a traditional, normal opinion can inspire rage in so many?

    2. Pete on May 11, 2009 3:27 am

      segregation used to be a “traditional, normal opinion”

    3. bobby on May 11, 2009 6:10 am

      I think it is pathetic that anyone believes that homosexuality and race is the same thing. I also believe it is pathetic that people in this country are not free to have their own religious beliefs.

    4. Mich on May 12, 2009 9:08 am

      I agree, the reign of political correctness under which we are living is out of control. The US was founded on freedom of religion and freedom of speech — both are relevant to homosexuality. Once homosexual “marriage” is accepted, polygamy and incest marriage will follow. That’s what’s happened in Europe. We need to fight for marriage to protect children and society.

    5. MaggieBadger on May 13, 2009 4:47 pm

      “Once homosexual “marriage” is accepted, polygamy and incest marriage will follow. That’s what’s happened in Europe.”

      What on earth are you babbling about? I live in Europe and neither polygamy or incest are legal in the EU. Cite your facts, please, if you can.

      I’m annoyed because she’s a HYPOCRITE, flaunting herself in topless photos, and yet having the nerve to position herself as a supposed bastion of Christian morality. I guess having your daughters get their tats out in magazines is perfectly OK, as long as they say they’re Christians?

    6. Abe on May 18, 2009 1:27 am

      Being a true christain she should kept her chastity secret till her wed… But her comments about Gay is satisfy and that true eventhough what ever might happen. its a universal truth..

    7. Judy on May 26, 2009 11:26 am


      Her view of marriage has been the law of the land for over 200 years!

    8. lindsey on May 27, 2009 6:16 am

      she should have been disqualified 4 that. it is what the world we live in today that made it happen!

    9. Jessica on January 6, 2010 10:54 pm

      It is America, and the beauty of our country is that she has a right to voice her opinion and express herself. And she also has the right to have fake boobs and I think it is a fitting representation of the state of California that she does!

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