Man invades beauty pageant and slams crown on stage after wife lost

Shocking moment man invades beauty pageant and slams crown on stage after wife came in second place

  • Emanuelly Belini won the Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 pageant in Brazil on Saturday night
  • The contest’s ceremony was bizarrely cut short when Matheus Oliveira, the husband of runner-up Nathally Becker, slammed Belini’s crown to the floor
  • The event’s organizer said they will be seeking police assistance so that Oliveira can be held responsible for covering the cost of the broken crown

Who says that no one remembers anyone for coming in second place?

A Brazilian drag pageant had a bizarre ending Saturday when a man charged the stage and slammed the crown as it was about to be placed over the winner’s head while his runner-up partner watched in horror.

The shocking moment was caught on video and shows Nathally Becker, representing the city of Cuiabá, holding hands with Emanuelly Belini, the representative Várzea Grande, as they were waiting for the judges to announce the winner of the Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 contest in Cuiabá on Saturday.

Becker hugged Belini when Becker’s husband, Matheus Oliveira, suddenly jumped to snatch the crown from a person, who appeared to be the previous winner, and slammed it to the ground in disgust.

Nathally Becker came in second place at the Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 pageant on Saturday, but the event was marred by Becker’s partner’ who rushed the stage and snatched the crown away

Emanuelly Belini won the Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 pageant on Saturday. The event had an unusual ending when the runner-up’s partner went on the stage during the ceremony and broke the crown

Matheus Oliveira (right) slams the crown to the stage after his partner, Nathally Becker, lost the Miss Gay Mato Grosso 2023 pageant

Oliveira then reached for Becker’s hair and escorted the runner-up from the stage as he was showered with boos.

He then stopped, picked up the crown from the floor and slammed it again.

Malone Haenisch told Brazilian news outlet G1 that the beauty pageant was a close one before Belini came out on top.

‘He did not consider the result fair and caused all this inconvenience and damage,’ he said of Oliveira.

Matheus Oliveira escorts Emanuelly Belini moments after he lost his cool and destroyed a pageant winner’s crown because his parter placed second in the competition

Matheus Oliveira slams a crown to the stage floor while his partner hugs the winner of the pageant 

Haenisch, who oversees the pageant that is one of the biggest for drag queens and cross-dressers in the country, provided Belini a new crown. 

He said police would be contacted to seek legal action to cover the cost of the broken crown.

On Sunday, Belini posted a message on Instagram thanking her supporters.

‘I want to thank everyone for the support I’ve been getting through social media, all my fans, friends, team,’ Belini wrote. ‘Your support was and is being essential for me right now.’

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