Breaking News: Miss Universe Organization Statement on Miss USA and Miss Universe Beauty Pageants

MISS USA AND MISS UNIVERSE THE SHOW MUST GO ON! As you may have seen earlier today Monday, June 29, 2015 our breaking news story on NBCUniversal dropping Miss USA and Miss Universe beauty pageants from the networks due to the derogatory statements on Immigrants made by it’s co-owner and producer Mr. Donald J. Trump. Also Mexico’s Televisa  and Carlos Slim from Ora TV ends relationship with Miss Universe. To be fair and heard both sides, we contacted Miss Universe Organization in New York, NY to get a statement and here is…




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