2012 Ms. 500 Round 2 – Results and Analysis

Fellow Members of the 19th Century Romantic Literature – Arlington Chapter (AKA The 500 Section),

If you were OVERLY excited about President Obama’s announcement today, then this entire tournament process may not be your cup of tea.  Otherwise, let’s continue where we left off.

The Sweet 16 is here and the powerhouse sillies are starting to fall.  Again we needed a late night, overtime series of tiebreakers.  As I type this, the Memphis Grizzlies season is on life support, so if this message cuts out half way through because my laptop went flying at the TV, no harm no foul.  Here’s the SABR-metric style breakdown:

– No unanimous winners this round.  Closest blowout match-ups were 9-2 victories by: (1) Catrinel Menghia, (3) Natalie Portman, (3) Scarlett Johansson, and (2) Brooklyn Decker

– Buzzer beater three’s saved 5 lucky ladies (Each winner won by a 6-5 score):

(12) Sofia Vegara over (4) Emma Stone

(3) Candace Bailey over  (6) Olivia Munn

(7) Mila Kunis over (2) Arianny Celeste

(1) Stacey Keibler over (8) Amber Heard

(3) Adriana Lima over (6) Tori Black

– Upset Special Alert:  Only 3 sillies “blew” sent their voluptuous  opponents out of the stadium, including this year’s VCU Ms. Sofia Vegara and our first #1 knocked off:

(9) Kristen Bell vs. (1) Miranda Kerr

(12) Sofia Vegara vs. (4) Melissa Theuriau

(7) Mila Kunis vs. (2) Arianny Celeste

– Apparently Dooley voted no in the North Carolina gay marriage vote on Tuesday because he knows his women, or at least spends too much time at work Googling these chicks.  Either way, he’s leading the pack in Selection Picks still in the chase:

Dooley: 5

Anthony: 2

Mike H: 2

Schroll: 2

Mik: 1

Kyle: 1

Conor: 1

Fitz: 1

Bailey: 1

Random Facts:

– There is only 1 “minority” silly left in the Tournament, that being Cinderella #12 Sofia Vegara (unless we count Brazilian Adriana Lima or the 2 Hebrew Hotties in Natalie Portman and Bar Refaeli)

– There are 9 actresses, 6 models and 1 Stacey Keibler left in the bracket

– All pornstars have been eliminated

– National breakdowns are as follows: 11 Americans, 2 Israelis, 1 Columbian, 1 British, 1 Brazilian, and 1 Romanian

– 7 straight up blondes, 3 light browns/blondes, 1 light brunette, 5 straight up brunettes

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Here are the final voting tallies (Seeding- Name – Votes):

Matt Kemp Region 

1 Catrinel Menghia  9  vs.  9 Maria Kirilenko 2

2 Arianny Celeste  5  vs.  7 Mila Kunis 6

3 Candace Bailey  6  vs.  6 Olivia Munn 5

4 Emma Stone  5  vs.  12 Sofia Vegara 6

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Brooks Laich Region
1 Stacey Keibler  6  vs.  8 Amber Heard 5

2 Bar Refaeli  7  vs.  10 Alison Brie 4

3 Natalie Portman  13  9.  6 Lucy Pinder 2

4 Marissa Miller  8  vs.  12 Kristen Stewart 3

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Anthony Davis Region
1 Miranda Kerr  3  vs.  9 Kristen Bell 8

2 Jennifer Lawrence  7  vs.  7 Rachel McAdams 4

3 Adriana Lima  6  vs.  6 Tori Black 5

4 Emma Watson 7  vs.  12 Erin Andrews 4

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RGIII Region
1 Elisha Cuthbert  8 vs.  9 Minka Kelly 3

2 Brooklyn Decker  9  vs.  7 Emmanuelle Chirqui 4

3 Scarlett Johansson 9 vs.  11 Sarah Shahi 2

4 Kate Upton 8  vs.  5 Jessica Alba 3

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3 responses to “2012 Ms. 500 Round 2 – Results and Analysis

  1. mattmumtaz

    I don’t want to argue with the bracket master, but I believe that Sofia Vegara was my pick, and therefore, I should have a 1 next to my name in the people who still have women in the running category. Thank yu, that is all.

  2. mattmumtaz

    I don’t want to argue with the bracket master, but I believe that Sofia Vegara was my pick. Therefore, I should have a 1 next to my name in the list of people wih picks still in the running. Thank You, that is all.

    • We appreciate your feedback and your comments are being carefully reviewed by the 500 Committee. We will appropriately deliver a response within an acceptable time frame.

      Sincerely,
      Go F**k Yourself

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