Miss USA runner-up Carrie Prejean said Tuesday on the Today Show that the bible influenced the anti-gay marriage stance she took Sunday in response to pageant judge Perez Hilton's question about legalizing marriages between homosexuals.
"It's not about being politically correct," she said, "it's about being biblically correct.
Prejean told host Matt Lauer that she doesn't regret the fact she likely lost the pageant because of her refusal to straddle the PC fence.
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"It wasn't what God wanted for my life," she said, reiterating that she wouldn't change her answer in hindsight.