Famous Last Words: "She's right Based on the comments, several viewers may not connect with his deadpan delivery with the concept that he might be presenting satire. I think I'd have looked really surprised that so many people can't find us on a map. If this is true we're in trouble. I can sympathise with her rambling and nerves too. But if she wants to be in beauty pagents, she needs to practice.
Some Americans are ignorant and proud of it! (27) Miss USA dumbest answers ever!
It's OK, Miss Utah. Brain freezes happen to all of us - NBC News
The Miss Teen USA hopeful who became an Internet sensation following her rambling response to a pageant question was so depressed that she considered suicide. Caitlin Upton, the contestant from South Carolina, told New York Magazine she struggled to move on for years after the memorable blunder — a now-infamous fumbling of words during the pageant's interview portion. Upton was asked at the pageant why she believed a fifth of Americans couldn't point out the United States on a map. Americans are unable to do so because, uh, some, uh, people out there in our nation don't have maps," she began. The original video of Upton's answer has amassed more than 63 million views in the eight years since it was posted to YouTube, and it was the most viewed video on the site in September , a month after the pageant. The year-old stunner went on to finish fourth in the show, but remained the most talked about contestant — perhaps most notably at a University of South Carolina party.
MISS USA 2006 - FINAL QUESTION/ TOP 5 CLOSE-UP
Upton, thenyear-old Miss Teen South Carolina , made herself an instant YouTube sensation when she answered, or rather, failed to answer, an albeit tricky question from actress Aimee Teegarden. When asked, "Recent polls have shown a fifth of Americans can't locate the U. Why do you think this is? Possibly coining the phrase "like such as," Upton proved just how difficult pageant life can be, particularly in the stressful final question segment. But now that nearly seven years have passed since Upton gave her fateful final answer, what is the beauty queen up to now?
After being stumped by a Miss Teen USA pageant question on live television Friday night, Lauren Caitlin Upton's confused, mangled response has been drawing a lot of attention. The year-old got a chance to redeem herself Tuesday on NBC's "Today" show when she was again asked why one-fifth of Americans can't locate the U. I don't know anyone else who doesn't. And if the statistics are correct, I believe there should be more emphasis on geography. That was much better than her previous response, which included "U.