This year’s Miss BumBum competition ended in a shambles after contestants resorted to violence on stage following cheating allegations.
The fight was triggered by one contestant accusing the other of having a surgically improved derriere.
The eye-popping scenes unfolded on Monday shortly after Ellen Santana was crowned the win for Miss BumBum 2018.
The 31 -year-old model and dancer was representing the northern Brazilian country of Rondonia in the competitor. But moments after she was declared the win, she was physically stripped of her winner’s sash by fellow contestant Aline Uva from Rio Grande Do Sul, in the south of Brazil.
Uva, a 27 -year-old massage therapist, was hear shouting that the competitor was a travesty and claiming that the winner’s butt was surgically enhanced.
She added: “I fulfilled all the rules of the game, my butt is real, but her butt is plastic! ”
“Miss Bumbum is a farce. Today I could demonstrate all this.”
Organizers of the annual competitor were forced to intervene to calm the frantic scenes and guarantee the winner’s sash was handed back to Santana.
The Miss BumBum competitor has been held annually in Brazil since 2011. It was founded by journalist and entrepreneur Cacau Oliver and aims to crown the best buttocks in Brazil.
Commenting on the fracas, Oliver said the drama was “part of the contest.”
The televised competition has 27 contestants who represent the country’s different nations, with 15 girls building it to the finals. The win receives 50,000 Brazilian Reals( about $13,300) in endorsement deals and instantly become a celebrity in Brazil.
This year’s competition saw the inclusion of two trans women for the first time, although this wasn’t accepted by all the participants.
Paula Oliveira, 27, was of the view that her contenders were just afraid to lose to someone born a man.
She told The Sun: “I’m not offended by what they said, because it’s clear they want me out because I’ve got a much sexier a-.”
“They are feeling threatened because they are seeing a trans who is more beautiful than them.”
Her competitors are reported to have questioned how the rivalry could be open to “bottoms which are men’s bottoms … whichever way you look at it”.
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