In my limited knowledge of beauty pageants, I've noticed that they seem to be generally pleasant, smile-filled affairs. That was not the case, however, at the end of the Miss Amazonas 2015 pageant in Brazil.
On Friday, Sheislane Hayalla was named runner up in the pageant -- with the winner, Carolina Toledo, earning a spot to compete for Miss Brazil. But, as Drake reminded us, "Honorable Mention" doesn't always cut it, and so Hayalla, naturally, decided to rip the crown off of Toledo's head and spike it onto the stage following the announcement.
It's all pretty hilarious (unless you're Toledo, I guess). First, the two hug. Then, Hayalla seems to have a change of heart, and yanks the tiara off of her opponent's head (it kind of gets caught in her hair for good measure), and disposes of it. As she storms off, she shouts a few things, and then throws her hands up like all she does is win, win, win no matter what. And then there's that random contestant in the bottom right of the screen who is steady clapping for unclear reasons.
Hayalla isn't backing down, either.
"I wanted to express my disapproval of the actions in the preparations for Miss Amazonas 2015," she wrote on Facebook, according to Jezebel. "I do not regret having protested. I believe I have planted change in this great contest. I wanted something clean and honest."