Brazilian Beauty Pageant Ends The Way All Beauty Pageants Should… With The Runner Up Grabbing The Crown & Throwing It On The Ground!
This attempted dethroning makes Macbeth look like a PG-rated animated film about dolphins.
That's right, a Brazilian beauty contest erupted in pandemonium as the winner of the Miss Amazon pageant, Carol Toledo, had her crown unceremoniously grabbed from her brow.
Her usurper? The second place (pretender-Queen), Sheislane Hayalla. Is this a tiara she sees before her eyes? Come, let her clutch thee!
What motivated to aspire for the crown? Lofty ambition? A prophecy made by three Weird Sisters?
In an interview with Globo, she claimed that she "wanted to show the Amazon people money doesn't talk here," and accused Carol of not being deserving of the title.
Sheislane also threw the tiara to the ground, as if to say, "In this game of crowns, you either win or you die."
Sheislane walked away from the event blowing kisses to the crowd, obviously trying to gain the support of the plebes after her failed insurrection against the crown.
Sometimes losing a Brazilian beauty contest can hurt worst than one of their famous waxes.
Ch-ch-check out the poor sportsmanship (below)!!!