Miss Bumbum Contestant Who Clashed With Rival On Stage Has Been Banned For Life
A Brazil Miss Bumbum contestant has been banned from the competition for life after throwing a tantrum and claiming the winner has a fake bottom.
Aline Uva stormed on stage and ripped off rival Ellen Santana’s winner’s sash after she was declared as having the sexiest backside.
Aline’s antics sent shockwaves and, according to TMZ, she has now been banned from all future booty competitions.
And those who run Miss BumBum were reportedly so annoyed, they’ve already removed all her pictures and videos from their website.
Aline, who was one of the favourites to win, flew into a rage and later accused Ellen as having a plastic backside.
Ellen, 31, scooped the top prize in the competition at the grand finale of the world famous competition in São Paulo.
But before the surprise winner was able to give her victory speech, bitter rival Aline ran on stage and ripped the winner’s ribbon from her body.
Amid boos and catcalls from the crowd and other contestants she then launched into a tirade against the winner accusing her of having a “plastic” bottom.
Aline, representing Rio Grande do Sul state, came into the Miss Bumbum final as favourite to clinch the title after polling the most online votes.
But a panel of judges in the live final placed her twelth.
Aline, 27, who refused to give back the winner’s ribbon, later told journalists: “I’m the only woman who deserves to be the winner.
“I played by the rules, and my bumbum is 100 per cent natural, unlike the winner who has a plastic bottom.
“Miss Bumbum is a complete farce, and I’ve proved it. If it was a serious competition I would have won.”
Officials also said Aline should have expressed her concerns in August, when all the contestants lined up for a photo while holding their X-rays to prove their bottoms were natural.
Winner Ellen later denied she had enhanced her 105cm-wide bottom with surgery, saying: “She took my ribbon but she can never take away my title.