Before Rima Fakih was crowned Miss USA Sunday night, she earned another title: grand prize winner of a Detroit radio show's "Stripper 101" contest.
Fakih, 24, the first Arab-American to take the crown, did not remove any clothes for the "Mojo In The Morning" competition, held at the Coliseum Gentleman's Club in 2007.
She won jewelry, gift cards, adult toys and a stripper pole for home use, a rep for the radio show tells UsMagazine.com.
Pageant officials did not comment on if Fakih's crown was in jeopardy, but they did request more photos.
"It would be foolish to consider anyone other than Rima to represent the USA. The photos taken from our website are no more provocative than those on the Miss USA website," says a rep for the radio show, referring to the sexy photos of the contestants posing in lingerie that Miss USA owner Donald Trump defended as "very artsy."
In 2009, Miss USA finalist Carrie Prejean was stripped of her Miss California title after topless photos of her surfaced.
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