Flipping through channels during the first commercial break of Fox's "Sit Down, Shut Up" premiere and inadvertently channel surfed into a big pile of awkward. Don't you just love it when that happens?
The awkward in question came during the Q&A segment of the Miss USA pageant. No surpise there, huh, Miss Teen South Carolina? Anygay, Perez Hilton was a pageant judge and the openly-gay uberblogger asked Miss California to share her thoughts on Vermont's recent legalization of gay marriage. First she said something about how some people want same sex marriage and other people want "opposite marriage"--umm yeah, incomprehensible but not
That would come in the next breath. Miss California let her bigot shine as bright as the California sunshine saying she'd been raised in a household where marriage was between a man and a woman, "no offense"--and she believes that's how it should stay. The crowd
I'm not the only fan of incredibly uncomfortable television moments. The director kept the camera on Perez as his face acquired a politely pissed look that said, "you're not getting my vote, bitch."
I can't wait to see what he draws on her face tomorrow.
UPDATE: It's already on YouTube. Not best quality but it'll do!