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Career advice for Miss Alabama United States

Career advice for Miss Alabama United States

Two days after the BCS Championship, was the largest history, Alabama's win from the game, but remarks about Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron watched girlfriend like them from the stands. Katherine Webb, Miss Alabama United States is 2012, talks about her overnight fame, say she is not offended and says that people "unfair", the commentators have been.

Katherine Webb achieved Internet fame in a roundabout, unpleasant way, but career coaches say that the incident could push the beauty queen on bigger and better ventures.

College football arouses passions, but usually not the kind of Brent Musburger expressed when he about Webb's appearance on Monday evening during the University of Alabama victory in the BCS title game poetic waxed.

For Webb, Miss Alabama United States 2012 and girlfriend of Alabama quarterback a.j.. McCarron more than 254,000 of slightly more than 2,000 turned the attention and a subsequent apology from ESPN for Musburgers comments in a social-media blowout with their twitter followers spiking.

Webb could easily use it over night fame as a springboard for celebrity status, and it would not be the first. 'Baywatch' Star Pamela Anderson was in 1989 while one discovered Vancouver, BC Lions football game, as a camera scanning the crowd the Jumbotron you are projecting. Other fans reaction, as well as their luck selection of a Labatt T-shirt she landed a gig as a spokesmodel for the beer and the rest is history.

Webb sure questions "What wants to create it?" said Elene Cafasso, founder and President of executive coaching firm Enerpace. "She wants this in their own business parlay?"

Webb has received at least an offer. Donald Trump tweeted, "we are Katherine Webb judges at the Miss United States pageant coming in Las Vegas to ask."

In an interview with the today's Matt Lauer on Wednesday, Webb said she was "flattered" by Musburger the comments and find them not derogatory, but she seemed eager to deflect the spotlight. "I'm really honestly shocked," she said. "We need our attention, the Alabama football team know who are the true winners to pull back, and has that."

"This is not surprising, even if you attention, how", said James Bailey, psychologist and Professor of leadership at the George Washington University. "It could be a little overwhelming", this type receive from social media fed notoriety, especially since Webb had no control over the situation.

So far, said Bailey Webb displayed a measured response to the hype and was likely to find out, what to do next.

Career coach Brenda Griffin agreed. "It came from the nothing. It was just a football game, "she said. "I think what makes them even more prepared."

At 23, Webb is due to their participation in pageant in public is familiar, and that could be an asset, you associate psychology professor C. Randall Colvin after an article about night fame written by Northeastern University. "People a pos­sess formed and mature iDEN­tity are less likely that suc­cumb the pit­falls of glory and fame instead others could use for the benefit," he said.

"Good to do for others my goal for all this media madness..." tweeted Webb.

Webb Trump in his offer could take on and more will be awarded in the world or they could lend their fame to Alabama's football program. "I'll do what I can to help the team and support a.j..," she told Lauer. Griffin, said Webb could her Twitter fame into a platform for promoting a cause or parlay interests close to their heart, or they could use the interactivity of the Internet as a kind of litmus test.

"A good way is to tweet about different topics and see, what answers you get," defeated Griffin. "You can measure to see commitment, what people are really interested in."

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