Olivia O’Neil, better known as Miss Teen Wanganui, had her crown revoked. Why? Because the pageant winner dyed her blonde hair to brown and was discovered vis-à-vis Facebook.
From the source:
“After seeing the photos, pageant organizer Barbara Osborne had some choice words for Olivia’s darkened look. “Is that a wig?” I hope it is, don’t give me heart failure,” Osborne wrote. But despite Osborne’s seemingly threatening words, Olivia would not back down.
She admitted that her hair was, indeed brown, and that if being a Teen Queen meant she couldn’t dye her hair, well, then maybe she wasn’t cut out for the pageant life, after all. But of course, the drama did not stop there.
“Well you better decide, miss. Hand over your crown with an attitude like that. I’m sure someone will step into your place with manners,” Osborne said. And hand over the crown Olivia did. But not without dishing the dirt on Osborne’s harsh treatment of the girls.”
LOLWUT? Honestly, I’m flummoxed. [via Styleite]
*Though, I will say to the Blondes reading this right now: Ann Sousa of Mizu Salon, is on tonight’sTrendsetter teachin’ you how to go from bleachy to beachy! Needless to say Osborne would totally approve.7:30. NECN
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