Carrie Prejean, the “biblically correct” beauty queen who made headlines around the world a few months ago for saying on the Miss USA beauty pageant that marriage should be only between a man and a woman, is again talking up a storm with the pageant that launched her. Although it was the Miss California USA organization that paid for her breast implants, Prejean says in her book, “Still Standing,” that the decision to have surgery was not hers.
At the time, she admitted she had thought about getting surgery but was not yet determined the pain was worth it. Because of this, she expressed her “reservations” to the pageant officials, but they were not taken into account when they drew the line. Lewis, on the other hand, has recently said that the pageant neither encouraged nor made a habit of paying for implants, and that hers was an isolated case they decided to make an exception of.