Contestants for Brazil’s Miss Bumbum Pageant decided to wear meat bikinis over their beef curtains.
Some contestants in a Brazilian beauty pageant dedicated to finding the nation’s best behind are protesting sexual harassment.
The infamous Miss Bumbum Brazil pageant takes place Monday evening in Sao Paulo. As part of the hype, five of the women whose keisters are competing decided to pose in “beef-kinis” reminiscent of the all-meat dress Gaga wore to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.
The women spent eight hours on the shoot and are collectively wearing about 110 pounds of beef. Organizers insist there’s a message behind the meaty swimwear: “Women are not just a piece of meat.”
Sure they are! Now get your ample asses back in the kitchen and make me a sammich; preferably one loaded with bacon.