LOS ANGELES — Vivid Entertainment is offering Miss California Carrie Prejean ONE MILLION DOLLARS to appear in an adult film and, consequently, doom her soul to hell for all eternity. The offer comes on the heels of Prejean’s recent media scandal over old semi-nude photographs posted on the web by gossip site TheDirty.com.
“We watched Carrie Prejean in the Miss USA Pageant and we were impressed with her talent and beauty,” said Steven Hirsch, co-chairman of Vivid. “We’re also aware of the controversy caused by her statement about same sex marriages and the topless photos of her that have appeared online.”
Prejean was runner-up to Miss North Carolina Kristen Dalton in the Miss USA Pageant, but was crowned a media sensation after expressing her opposition to same-sex marriages. The 21-year-old has since become the target of gay activist groups and a high profile spokesperson for the National Organization for Marriage.
Hirsch stated in a press release that his business offer to Prejean is made “without any preconceptions about her religious or personal beliefs but simply because a film with her would be profitable and could be an opportune way for her to benefit from her recent celebrity.”
Miss California Pageant officials are currently debating whether to strip Prejean of her crown over contract violations made by appearing in a televised ad for the National Organization for Marriage and, of course, posing for photographs in nothing but pink panties.
But, don’t expect Prejean to swallow any of Lee Stone’s baby-batter anytime soon. The outspoken beauty queen is not shy about defending her beliefs and continues, for the time being, to have overwhelming support from Christian groups.
Hirsch, however, remains hopeful.
“A movie with Vivid-Celeb could be an important step for her towards expanding her horizons,” he said.
Yeah … in the realm of Hades!
Vivid recently made a million dollar offer to “Octomom” Nadya Suleman, but was turned down. Vivid-Celeb has released titles starring Kim Kardashian, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee, Jimi Hendrix, and former Miss USA Kelli McCarty.
Stay tuned for more developments, including Pink Visual’s inevitable “don’t-do-it" press release. We kid because we love.