Carrie Prejean, who is still Miss California as of 5 p.m. PDT April 22, reacts on Fox News to rumors that she might have her crown taken away.

"If they want to take my crown away from me, by all means, that's fine," she says.

"If you don't think that I am representing the state of California the way that you want me to, that's fine. I think that I am staying true to myself and that is what a Miss California should do; a Miss California should have her own opinions and be able to state them."

Do you agree? Or was she off base with her comments against gay marriage, saying she believes marriage should be only between a man and a woman?

For one thing, her pageant statement that we live in a country where we have the right to choose isn't accurate.

Only four states so far have approved gay marriage.

Your thoughts?

This just in: Prejean will introduce Mercy Me’s hit song "I Can Only Imagine" at Thurday night’s Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, airing live on the Gospel Music Channel.

Bet she'll get a warm welcome there!

Set your DVRs, folks.

More Carrie Prejean dish:

Miss California's grandma takes on Perez Hilton! Go, Granny, Go!

Did Carrie Prejean's anti-gay-marriage views cost her the Miss USA crown?

Posted by:Elizabeth Snead