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Constance to Party With Perez


Constance McMillen x390 (fair) | advocate.com

Constance McMillen, the Mississippi high school student whose prom was canceled because she wanted to bring her girlfriend as a date, will attend a birthday bash for blogger Perez Hilton in Los Angeles. Hilton made the offer to McMillen to bring guests of her choosing for the event next weekend.

He broke the news on his blog, writing on Tuesday that she will be treated like a homecoming queen for the day.

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Reader Comments
  • Name: Chuck
    Date posted: 3/17/2010 2:02:35 PM
    Hometown: San Francisco

    Comment:

    What a bunch of petty queens some of you are....arguing back and forth on this thread. Let the girl have some fun for cryin' out loud! She's been thrust in to the media spotlight which I'm sure is stressful. I just don't see the point of arguing about her getting an invitation to a hollywood party?

  • Name: Andy M
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 9:55:20 PM
    Hometown: Southern Pines, NC

    Comment:

    Advice to Constance: If you don't go, you'll be more popular because Perez's 15 minutes are about up...

  • Name: Warner
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 9:08:01 PM
    Hometown: Salem, OR

    Comment:

    Wow... at usual, perez hilton makes everything about him...

  • Name: dieter
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 7:55:40 PM
    Hometown: sacramento

    Comment:

    Robert....please up your meds. Clearly they are not sufficient at present. now run along...I am sure there is some happy hour you should be at somewhere. silly little queen.

  • Name: dieter
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 7:55:12 PM
    Hometown: sacramento

    Comment:

    Robert....please up your meds. Clearly they are not sufficient at present. now run along...I am sure there is some happy hour you should be at somewhere. silly little queen.

  • Name: Jose
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 7:25:20 PM
    Hometown: RCA

    Comment:

    Lmao Bill RReally? She's going to spend the evening with Perez Hilton? Hasn't she suffered enough already? haha so true i would turn down the offer in a sec.. Luckily i live in CA and i am pretty sure this state would go in and intervene if my school dint let me go

  • Name: Duste
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 6:52:57 PM
    Hometown: Mattoon

    Comment:

    When is the gay community going to give up Perez? He has been extremely detrimental to the community and doesn't give a shit about gay rights, just about his fame. Hello, he called someone a "faggot" because that was the most hateful thing he could think of. Really? And this is someone that many people in the gay community continue to put on a pedestal. Ridiculous.

  • Name: paul
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 6:29:22 PM
    Hometown: kansas City

    Comment:

    I too, find this a bit disappointing. Too bad her dad didn't do some research about Perez and stop this. Perez not someone I would ever want any of my nieces or nephews to have any contact with at all, including visiting his website. He's a horrible person. Of course, this seazebag is doing what he does best: latching onto someone else's fame to boost his own. I hope she realizes that he's just using her. After all, it got him another article in the Advocate, so he's getting what he wants.

  • Name: Bill
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 6:28:46 PM
    Hometown: Toledo

    Comment:

    RReally? She's going to spend the evening with Perez Hilton? Hasn't she suffered enough already?

  • Name: Rick
    Date posted: 3/16/2010 5:15:36 PM
    Hometown: Charlotte

    Comment:

    Robert, I think that anyone who encourages someone to kill themselves simply because that person has a viewpoint that you don't agree with is disturbing. You need to seek counseling.



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