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The show must go on! That timeless mantra of showbiz was never more relevant than at this year's Miss USA pageant, which still managed to air despite its owner being a billionaire cheeto-man who makes incendiary remarks about Mexican immigrants.
Reelz Channel took on the task of televising the now controversial event after the program was dropped by both Univision and NBC following Donald Trump's remarks on race. Ironically enough, this year's winner, Oklahoma's Olivia Jordan, named "race relations" as the most important issue facing the United States today.
Following the competition, Jordan was asked if Trump is still a good fit for an organization which has been open about celebrating diversity. While Jordan didn't speak out against Trump personally, she emphasized that the organization is more than just one person but is rather a collection of individuals who strive to keep the competition inclusive. You can see her full answer in the video below:
Fans of this year's Miss USA pageant winner can see her star in this year's Hot Tub Time Machine 2, released this past February.