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Rima Fakih, Miss USA 2010, Is Eye Candy

Submitted by on May 17, 2010 – 2:32 pm2 Comments

The new Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih is superhot and doesn’t give a f*ck. Yes, she’s a pageant girl, but one with a penchant for entering stripper-pole contests (which she won, by the way).

All the chatter on the blogs is about how this Lebanese-American is a Shiite Muslim, but please people, who cares? Don’t lose sight of what this competition is about: beauty. Plain and simple. This chick Rima tripped during the competition and still won because she’s hot.

Now’s not the time to politicize a beauty pageant. How about we turn our heads to more important issues.

Anyone heard on the Gulf of Mexico?

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  • I agree wholeheartedly with the title! I’m glad she won, she deserves it. Religion is of no consequence in such contests. I’m a Christian but I’d be down to discuss our differences over dinner some time. That is, of course, assuming that she’s single and I stand a chance…

  • MomMiriam says:

    In tank top/shorts, Lebanese-American Rima Fakih wins a radio Channel 99.5 Detroit-sponsored promotional pole-dancing contest one morning in 2007. Bikini-clad, she wins the coveted Miss U.S.A. title another day in 2010, then wakes up the next morn publicly stoned with false accusations of being a pole-dancing strip teaser somewhere in her past. In the land of the free where immigrants are rooted to “In God, We Trust” as a nation and showy “sexiness” is idolized by a diverse society, the “uproar” sadly smacks of hypocrisy, jealousy, misguided sensationalism, desperate marketing, and cheap advertising! O, America — what is wrong with you? Here’s a few good things to know about this beauty-with-brains winner: 1) She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics minor in Business Administration at the University of Michigan-Dearborn [The Detroit Blog]; 2) She was a volunteer social worker in college [My Fox New York]; 3) She is the ambassador of The Pink Fund, an organization that provides financial aid to breast cancer-afflicted persons [The Pink Fund]; 4) She has worked to raise breast/ovarian cancer awareness for women’s self-defense [The Detroit Blog].

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