Get ready for at least two more weeks of Tiger Woods Mistress Mania because four of the Tiger’s’s alleged lovers have signed on for Howard Stern’s Tiger Woods Mistress Beauty Pageant.
Participants will compete in categories like “Swimsuit”, “Personality”, and “Talent” for a $100,000 prize provided by cheaters’ dating site AshleyMadison.com. The site, which has 4.5 million users, advertises itself with the slogan “Life is Short, Have an Affair”.
Stern offered a judging spot at the competition, scheduled for March 10, to Elin Nordegren, the golfer’s estranged wife and the mother of his two young children, but she hasn’t responded to the invitation, according to the Times (UK) report.
Rachel Uchitel, the hottest Tiger’s mistress who won’t take part in Tiger Woods Mistress Beauty Pageant, because of seven-figure settlement with Woods bars her from any such indiscreet activity, reports the Hollywood Gossip — adding that a cardboard cutout of Mistress No. 1 is still a possible competitor.
Some history abour Tiger Woods Mistress Mania. The first hint that Woods had been unfaithful to his Swedish wife came in November last year, with a story in the National Inquirer. Two days later he was involved in a bizarre car accident amid reports that his wife had chased him out of his $2.4 million Florida home with a golf club. Over the following weeks the names of several alleged mistresses emerged, including Rachel Uchitel, a Manhattan VIP party planner who lost her fiancé in the World Trade Centre attack of 9/11.
Woods broke his silence on the scandal last Friday by issuing a lengthy apology at an invitation-only press conference. He said: “I knew my actions were wrong but I convinced myself that normal rules didn’t apply. I never thought about who I was hurting. Instead, I thought only about myself. I felt that I had worked hard my entire life and deserved to enjoy all the temptations around me. I felt I was entitled. Thanks to money and fame, I didn’t have far to go to find them. I was wrong. I was foolish. I don’t get to play by different rules. The same boundaries that apply to everyone apply to me. I brought this shame on myself.”
The speech was praised by commentators such as Glenn Beck, the Fox News anchor, who argued in a speech to a conservative political conference that American politicians should modify the same apology for their excessive spending of taxpayers’ money.
However, Mr. Stern wasn’t so impressed. On his daily radio show, he questioned the golfer’s sincerity. “[He] looked like he wanted to be anywhere on the planet but in that room. It didn’t seem like this was his idea, or anything he wanted to be a part of.”