Johnny judging Miss USA tonight-LOL
His costume is outrageous - makes Lady Gaga look underdone. I could only see the top tho. LMAO!
He clearly wants some attention in this room full of these USA women.
Last edited by princess9; 05-16-2010 at 08:07 PM.
Now, I assume somebody told Johnny that he is a JUDGE in this competition.
little mistake, Bob! thanks!
Johnny asked a question, changed his costume to a top that would look good on Liza Minelli and had matching headband. I've seen a much plainer headband on Ilia Kulik and don't like this look at all. I'm not sure if this is a Russian style thing but I am beginning to think that he will do some drag queen thing in the future. I think skating judges and conventional tours are not going to like the direction he's taking. I am not sure how or why the Trump organization chose Johnny for a judge, but the winner will be contoversial, too. As a fan of his skating, I think his outfits are getting rediculous. This behavior reminds me of Cher's crazy outfits when she did not win the Oscar years ago and was protesting.
Well, I was expecting a very different look. From Ostrich to sequins!
As a huge pagaent fan, I gotta point out a few things.
Why Weir? Because, like it or not, he truly is a cultural phenomenon. And, like it or not, he is a household name. While I personally am a fan, people can call him over dramatic, and obsessed with attention, but can't deny that the average person knows him, even if it is just as that "___ male skater" (fill in the blank with whatever term you wish).
And, as a pagaent fan, I am almost a little annoyed that you think whoever had won would have been controversial. We have had 2 controversial beauty queens (Tara Conner, Miss USA 2006, and Carrie Prejean, Miss CA USA 2009 who didn't even win Miss USA)....but how many beautiful, moral and successful woman? Just to sum it up, Miss USA 2009 Kristen Dalton worked with the US Armed Forces and Haiti, and nearly all of the past girls have worked and fundraised for Breast Cancer and traveled to overseas American troops.
And, to finish my little side rant of your comment....Miss USA 2010, crowned with the judging of Weir, was Miss Michigan USA Rima Fakih, the first Arabic-American Miss USA...want to call that controversial? I call that beautiful and a good message to Americans, especially youth: the woman representing us at Miss Universe isn't that blonde or brunette girl, or even a proud African-American, but a proud Arabic-American.
They were all beautiful, and the winner has beauty and personality, but really, Miss Colorado was my pick. Most natural hair, most beautiful complexion. Oh dear, this isn't about figure skating...