How a drunk fish turned into a new celebrity

A drunken fish turned a Canadian TV host into a viral sensation after being named as the winner of the Miss America pageant in the United States.

Carrie Fisher, who won the contest in 1997, won a cash prize of $50,000 for her “innocence” and “wisdom” in front of a cheering audience at the Miss Universe Canada contest on Friday.

Fisher said she’s proud to have been named Miss America.

“This is a great honor.

I’m really grateful for the support and love I’ve received from all over the world,” Fisher said in a statement released by her representative.

“I will continue to do everything I can to give back to the community in any way I can.”

Fisher won her crown after an online vote, but her win was challenged by former Miss America, Marisa Crespo, who was voted off the show in November.

Fisher also won the title in 2007.

Fisher has been a popular star in the Canadian media for decades.

In 2015, she became a household name when she announced her pregnancy, but she was still a little girl in 2007 when her father was diagnosed with cancer.

“Carrie has a very strong sense of family,” her representative, Scott Fisher, said in an interview with CBC News.

“She has two sisters and two brothers who are her age, so she was raised very close to her parents.”

She’s now married to actor Chris Hemsworth.

“The reality is that her family is so much bigger than the competition and it’s her family, and it means so much to her,” he said.