Published On: Thu, Dec 24th, 2015

Miss Colombia Offered Million Dollar Porn Contract After Pageant Loss

The swimsuit round is about as bare as it gets in the Miss Universe pageant, but the folks at Vivid Entertainment porn studio want to pay Miss Colombia to bare it all.

The adult film and entertainment company offered the pageant’s first-runner up Adriadna Gutierrez a $ 1M dollar contract to star in a porn video in the aftermath of her widely publicized Miss Universe loss on Sunday night. 

TMZ obtained the personal letter that Vivid’s CEO Steve Hirsch sent to Gutierrez propositioning the idea.

“You will pick your partners, the type of sex you want to have and how many movies you ultimately appear in,” he wrote. The porn king also noted that “the only name people remember is Vanessa Williams” because of her nude photo shoot in Penthouse magazine. 

Vivid’s repertoire of stars who have appeared in their films include Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham, Pamela Anderson, and Kendra Wilkinson, according to Hollywood life. 

Miss Colombia Ariadna Gutierrez was accidentally crowned the winner of the Miss Universe pageant on Sunday night after host Steve Harvey misread the results and announced her as the victor over Miss Philippines. He immediately retracted his statement and clarified that she was the first-runner up, in what was surely one of the most awkward TV moments of 2015. 

Gutierrez hasn’t revealed how she responded to the offer, but she thanked her fans for their support and kindness throughout the post-pageant media frenzy. 

“I want to thank each and everyone of you who have sent messages of support and strength,” she said in an Instagram post on Wednesday, “I was able to bring happiness to my country after becoming Miss Universe for only a couple of minutes… Today because of that COLOMBIA and the LATIN COMMUNITY are being talked about in every corner of the world.”

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