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Friday, October 17, 2008

The quotable Korto

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With Mychael Knight.

So Korto lost. But she won fan favorite (like Mychael Knight), which netted her $10,000, and now the president of Liberia's asked her to design her a dress. Here we come Oprah!

In the meantime, here's Korto at her best, post-loss:

"Being second isn't the worst thing. There are a lot of people that came in second, third, fourth, and fifth. Look at Jennifer Hudson. She won an Oscar, for God's sake..."

"People relate to me. I’m real. I cry when it’s time to cry, and I pout when it’s time to pout. [Laughs.] I’m a mama, I’m a wife, I’m an immigrant. I got booty."

"I’m like, Lord Jesus help me if one more shot of my butt is shown on TV. I found a website dedicated to my butt! It’s hilarious. He writes things like, “Oh, my god! They’re gonna show her booty again next week!”

"I'm glad that women got that I was fighting for the real women, women with curves, women that don't look like Heidi Klum. We need to go buy high-fashion stuff, and we want to look hot and sexy. Those are the people I design for. I represented for them, and I'm glad they got it."

Via EW and E! Online.

AND: For feud-lovers, here's Kenley talking some serious shit about Korto.

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