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Sunday, September 18, 2011

Miss Colombia Catalina Robayo Pantyless Upskirt Scandal

Miss Colombia Catalina Robayo Pantyless Upskirt Scandal

Miss Colombia goes commando at pageant! It seems Miss Colombia Catalina Robayo forgot to wear panties during a visit at the Jockey Club in Sao Paulo and at other Miss Universe events. Now everyone is asking if she really forgot to wear underwear or she did it for a purpose to gain attention. According to reports, the 22-year-old Catalina Robayo was wearing short skirts but no underpants at rehearsals and press conference events for the Miss Universe pageant in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The scandal started at when the exotic brunette was at a rehearsal event for the Miss Universe pageant when she flashed her trimmed privates. Not surprisingly she sparked a veritable pubic firestorm with the pantyless upskirt flash at an official event for the Miss Universe pageant. The sultry Latina flashed a solid view of her Latin American soul patch as she took a seat between rehearsals on the big all-nation dance number. Pageant organizers were left “overwhelmed and surprised” by the media reports and images. Organizers had to tell the Colombian beauty to dress appropriately according to the Dailymail:

‘Our supervisors talked to all of the contestants about dressing appropriately, and one of our PR people spoke to her (Robayo) and apparently she said she was wearing underwear.
‘But regardless, it created quite a stir here for a few days.’
Not everyone was quick to condemn. A Facebook fanpage entitled ‘Catalina Robayo – Pantyless Miss Universe’ has been set up. It has more than 50 ‘likes’
Miss Colombia’s wardrobe malfunction is not the only bit of controversy to hit Miss Universe.
The pageant earlier returned bikini bottoms from sponsor Catalina Brasil Swimwear after they were ruled too skimpy for network television.
Damn I want to see those bikinis on Catalina Robayo and the other constants… I bet Catalina wouldn’t mind donning the skimpy bikinis for us. LOL… Sadly, she did not win the Miss Universe title but she won our hearts. She made the rounds at official appearances over the last week donning itty bitty skirts sans undies, how cute is that? Enjoy! Click on pictures to enlarge.

Here is some video footage of the event:

Wiki bio
MarĂ­a Catalina Robayo Vargas (born May 12, 1989 in Palmira, Colombia) is a Colombian beauty queen who was crowned Miss Colombia 2010, the official representative to Miss Universe 2011. www.gutte
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Demi Lovato: A Role Model For Young Girls?

Demi Lovato: A Role Model For Young Girls?:
"There was nobody there for me to look at and say this is unhealthy. I want to be that for a 13-year old girl deciding whether or not to eat dinner, or an 18-year-old girl deciding whether or not to keep her breakfast down." - Demi Lovato

Her "emotional and physical issues" are well-documented, but rather than hide from them, the Disney starlet wants to be a role model because of them.

Say what now?

Demi Lovato on Ellen

Demi Lovato, 19, who used to cut herself and who has battled eating disorders, taped an episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show scheduled to air Tuesday.

She says she wants to be "outspoken" and freely talk about her "issues" because when she grew up, she "was dealing with the pressures to be thin."

"It was the time in the tabloids when very, very skinny girls were on the cover of every magazine, and that's what I was looking up to," she says.

"That's what I had to idolize. I don't want that for young girls."

While she calls her old life a "mess," right now, it is what it is.

In fact, at this point, she's actually grateful for her "meltdown."

"So many things were going great in my life, and then all of a sudden my personal life just went down at crazy speeds," the "Skyscraper" singer says.

"I had a negative breakdown and it changed my life forever."

"But if I hadn’t gone into treatment," she continues, "I don't know if, one, I'd even be sitting here today, [or] two, if I'd even be alive today."

We're so grateful that she is, and hope that young people can take what she says very seriously. It's good that she's up front about her past, don't you think?
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10 Signs A Woman Is Cheating: Do You Agree With These?

10 Signs A Woman Is Cheating: Do You Agree With These?:

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In June, researchers at Indiana University found that women cheat almost as much as men do, with 23 percent of men and 19 percent of women admitting t

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Jane Lynch: 'Sexual orientation doesn't mean anything out here in Hollywood'

Jane Lynch: 'Sexual orientation doesn't mean anything out here in Hollywood':

The Glee actor, who is hosting this year's Emmy awards, shares her thoughts on homophobia, alcoholism and an impulsive nature

You're not going to change people's minds about bullying and homophobia. But you can tend to the people who are at the brunt of people's abuse or neglect. That's what Glee does. Hang in there, it gets better. Look for your people. You gotta find your people, just like those kids found glee club. I'm thrilled to be part of it. It's very empowering.

I feel like I was struck sober. One moment I was a drinker and the next I wasn't. It was almost like a fairy tapped me on the head. I poured my glass of wine down the sink and I haven't had one since.

Sexual orientation doesn't mean anything out here in Hollywood. Ellen [DeGeneres] and Melissa Etheridge and Rosie O'Donnell – everybody before me who had the courage to stand up and say: "America, you love me, but I'm also gay" – I love that they did that. It made it easy for me. But here I know tons of gay people, so when you get out there and you hear about people suffering at the hands of homophobia, it's shocking.

It took two or three years of banging my head against the wall, waking up hungover and projectile vomiting, to come to a point of awakening. Then one day the flower of sobriety just burst through the ground.

My wife is smart as a whip. She's a psychologist and she knows how to ask questions to get to the deeper truth. She's very calm and patient, and I'm not. I think I taught her to have a great deal of anxiety!

I have a spontaneous, impulsive nature. It's who I am, but now it's tempered with a bit of mature patience, and it makes me a nicer person to be around.

I've learned to wait. My wife's been co-writing my autobiography and she won't be forced to do something faster than she can, so it's been a real challenge and I consider things more deeply now. That's been very good for me.

The best piece of advice I ever received was from a woman who wouldn't even remember who I am. A teacher in college grabbed me by the shoulder and said, "You have to learn to let things roll off your back." That's all I remember about her, but it really stuck with me.

Carol Burnett is my hero. I knew I wanted to do ensemble comedy from watching the Carol Burnett Show when I was growing up. I was in my trailer on the first day of Glee, and there was a knock on my trailer. Carol said: "Jane?" and she came bounding up the stairs and gave me a huge hug. I thought: what have I done to be such a good person to deserve this?

My greatest achievement in life is my relationship, and hanging in there.

In AA they say: "Don't leave before the miracle happens." It's about getting past the small petty parts of a relationship and allowing the deeper levels to emerge. The really good friendships that I have – you have to get past the ego and the pettiness so you can get to the deep stuff.

I've had to learn how to try not to change every frickin' thing in my path. I've definitely made a huge step in that evolution, but there's always more to learn.

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Nine Lives Lost In Tragic Reno Air Show Plane Crash.

Nine Lives Lost In Tragic Reno Air Show Plane Crash.:

Just awful!

During the National Championship Air Races and Air Show in Reno, Nevada yesterday, a pilot lost control of his vintage plane during a race, only to crash into box seats next to a grandstand, leaving 50 injured, and sadly, as of today, nine dead.

According to authorities, seven of the victims died on the tarmac, including the pilot, and the remainder succumbed to their injuries in the hospital.

Check out footage from the crash (above). WARNING - although not graphic, this is not easy to watch.

Although the pilot, Jimmy Leeward, lost his life in the crash, along with many others, more than one spectator have come forward to call him a hero for avoiding the grandstand.

Ben Cissell explains:

"I think that pilot in the last seconds pulled up because he saw the bleachers and saved about 200 or 300 others. I don't mean this as a disrespect to others injured, but that pilot is a hero. He saved a lot of lives today. It could have been much worse."

And Kim Fonda agrees:

"I closed my eyes and said, 'I am going to die now'. I was literally preparing to die and then he jerked the plane away and it landed like 25 feet from us. I want his family to know he was a hero."

So unbelievably tragic. And although our hearts go out to all those injured, as well as the loved ones of those who were lost in the crash, we are also very grateful that no more lives were lost - especially when this could have been a much more catastrophic accident.

May those nine people R.I.P.

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