Miss USA Nia Sanchez came in second to Miss Colombia at Sunday night's Miss Universe pageant, and her answer to the interview portion may have been what kept her out of the top spot.
Some viewers were less than impressed with her message of peace and love.
— Pixable (@pixable) January 26, 2015
While others came to her defense.
Weren't we just setting miss USA up to fail? Our nat'l security has no answer for terrorism but miss USA does?
— Amy K Berlean (@aberlean) January 26, 2015
This is not the first time Sanchez has stirred up controversy. After she won the Miss USA pageant as Miss Nevada, she was accused of being a pageant carpetbagger, having only recently moved to the state. She denied the charge.
“[Las Vegas] is my home,” she fold FOX411 in June 2014. “I have a house there with a friend.”
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