Day two of Queen vs. Queen.
He's not sorry after all.
And she feels sorry for him.
The day after celebrity blogger
, a nasty name for how she answered his question about same-sex marriage at the Miss USA pageant, he retracted the apology.
"Over the course of the last 24 hours, the more I thought about it, the more, you know what? No. I'm gonna stand by what I said just like she's standing by what she said," Hilton, a pageant judge, told MSNBC'sNorah O'Donnell
Later, in a separate interview, Prejean said she felt sorry for Hilton, who stirred up a hornet's nest of controversy by asking Prejean during the live pageant telecast whether same-sex marriage should be legalized.
Prejean said no, and now believes the answer cost her the crown. Prejean came in second.
"I can only say to him that I will be praying for him. I feel sorry for him, I really do," Prejean said. "I think he's angry, I think he's hurt. Everybody is entitled to their own opinion. He asked me specifically what my opinion was on that subject and I gave him an honest answer."
Not only did Hilton retract his apology, he told O'Donnell that he didn't really want to call Prejean a bee-otch in the first place. "I was thinking the c-word and I didn't say it," he said, laughing.
Not cool, so not cool.
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