Miss Universe contestants are representing their home countries through some truly outrageous costumes. Anderson loses it while trying to describe the "little old man-baby" with Miss Peru, or the chile pepper drum carried by Miss Chile. But wait until you see what Miss USA was wearing, and wait until you see Anderson's reaction.
I lost all respect for Anderson Cooper during Hurricane Katrina back in 2005. He spent much of his time pushing people to be angry at the government when everybody was still reeling from shock. Then he was equally ignorant when Honduras ousted President Zelaya in 2009. He doesn't have a clue about anything outside of his own back yard. He should have been ashamed of his comments and making fun of the costumes.
Just like Mark is saying, Miss Peru is wearing a typical dress from Peru and I think she looks amazing with or without the "man baby"
I'm glad you had a good laugh. Some of the dresses was really funny and "different"
Carsten Korch, Editor at Peru this Week, Lima
Ignorant, AC… about the peruvian costume, and the Chilean is not a chili pepper – I believe is a copihue, the national flower
Shame on you AC, thought you were a great journalist … no wonder his talk show was cancelled
Forget about the costumes – really how ridiculous is AC's laughter? Sounds like a little wind up doll... Got so wound up he was actually wiping tears from his eyes...?? The most "RidicuList" of all is you Mr Cooper... lol!
It was a very good national costume. AC comments can only be understood because he was in the ridiculist segment, trying to find something to laugh about.
What´s wrong with the Peruvian contestant and carrying a baby on her back??? Come to Peru and you´ll see them all over the place.
AC, I know the Miss Peru "man baby" was rather funny, however the typical costume was actually rather typical. Also as lot of women in Peru carry babies on their backs especially in the mountain region. However the other costumes were good examples for the Ridiculist. Cheers,
Mark Howard, Cajamarca, Peru
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