Carrie Prejean's 15 minutes isn’t up quite yet. She may have been de-throned from her Miss California title, but that isn’t stopping her from writing a book about it.
Yes, Carrie Prejean will be penning her memoirs that will detail her moment in the spotlight this year as the most controversial contestant who has probably ever graced the Miss USA organization.
The book, entitled Still Standing, will reportedly detail Carrie’s fight against her critics. Regnery, who is publishing the book, wrote in a statement:
“Prejean attracted national attention when she answered a question at the Miss USA Pageant defending traditional marriage. The unprecedented personal attacks that ensued eventually culminated in Prejean being stripped of her Miss California crown. But the 22-year-old won the respect of millions for modeling something other than evening gowns and swimsuits—the courage of standing up for her convictions.
Now she will tell her side of the story, answering such questions as what happened behind the scenes at the pageant, why she answered the Perez Hilton question as she did, what really led to her losing the Miss California crown, and how she has been forced to battle the left's double-standard on free speech and the bias against conservatives—particularly conservative women—who stand up for their beliefs.”
Snorefest! The book will reportedly be available right before the holidays.