Miss New York Wins Miss America With Cup Dance

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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – SEPTEMBER 14: Kira Kazantsev, newly crowned Miss America 2015 in Talent at Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall on September 14, 2014 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. (Photo by Donald Kravitz/Getty Images) Donald Kravitz Getty Images North America

In a decision that proved the fix was in, Miss New York won Miss America last night. She won despite the fact that her talent was sitting crossed legged on the stage and playing with some cups along with the song “Happy.”

This the worst talent of all time. 

I mean, Miss Ohio got up there and did ventriloquism. And Miss Mississippi went out there and sang like a damn professional. And then we get Miss New York, some chick who is ripping off Anna Kendrick. And here’s the deal, what Anna Kendrick did with her cup wasn’t even cool either. She’s ripping off something lame. On national television. This is some lunch room elementary school bulls— and she WON THE COMPETITION WITH IT. 

She woudn’t have even won the talent competition at your local middle school with this crap. 

The fix was in. Watch this and tell me you don’t agree. 

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