Monday, December 10, 2018

Bettors Bet on Political Correctness

Gamblers Doubling Down on Transgender Miss Universe Contestant to Win Pageant
Miss Universe is breaking new ground at this year’s pageant with the first transgender contestant to ever compete for the crown, and those betting on the competition are declaring her a heavy favorite.

Angela Ponce won her qualifying rounds in Spain and will represent her country at the 2018 Miss Universe pageant in Bangkok, Thailand.
Her surgery is pretty convincing, in a Jessica Rabbit sort of way, but there's just no getting past the male features in her face. It's almost cartoonish.
Ponce, who hails from Seville, was the first transgender woman to be crowned Miss Universe Spain and is competing to promote gender diversity and equality.

As the competition nears, online bookies are taking action, and Ponce has grown to become the clear favorite with current odds of +600.
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If you’re not interested in betting on the ladies, MyBookie is also taking action on whether or not host Steve Harvey will announce the wrong winner again, and whether a contestant will fall. Bettors are putting big money on Harvey screwing up.

However, if you’re looking for the big payday, you may want to put your money on Miss Mauritius, a small island in the Indian Ocean. Urvashee Gooriah currently pays out at +20,000 if she wins.

The pageant airs December 16 at 7:00 PM. Good luck to all the competitors gamblers!
I haven't watched the Miss Universe contest since becoming an adult, if ever, so I don't really care but I suspect that the Miss Universe pageant is expanding it's outreach  to a progressively smaller and smaller audience.

For a palate cleanser, for some real women, the last 5 victorious Miss Universes.

Linked at redpilljew in Quick hits: Linkfest December 10, 2018. Thanks!

The Wombat has Rule 5 Sunday: Eliza Dushku up at The Other McCain.

2014, Paulina Vega, Columbia 

2015, Pia Alonzo Wurtzbach, Philippines 

2016, Iris Mittenaere, France

2017_Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, South Africa

2013, Gabriela Isler, Venezuela 

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