Just because it can't compete with 'Battle of the Bods' in terms of viewership, doesn't mean that it still isn't of interest to a lot of people.
In looking at her answer on you tube, if you notice between 45 and 55 seconds the audience is cheering her, I did not here booing from the crowd. It has been reported that there was a major cat fight in the lobby afterward in which parents and supporters of contestants in which the pro homosexual crowd verbally assaulted anyone who did not support their agenda. The competition should have shown that encounter and their ratings would have gone through the roof.:D
I would guess that you're somewhat aware that in beauty pageant 'circles' -- gay men are the coaches, stylists, set designers, choreographers, show sponsors and pageant runners. They are a big part of the style, beauty, and performing arts community. I'd be surprise if Hilton was the only openly gay judge for that event. He's definitely not the first openly gay judge she's seen on her way up through the pageant system.
In that respect, you are right, if she could not compromise her beliefs, that particular question would be a showstopper for any contestant. Again, that I respect.
Anyone want to bet that the majority of that booing came from the media itself?
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