Singer Natalie La Rose has become the latest celebrity to drop out of the upcoming Miss USA spectacular following remarks made by pageant co-owner Donald Trump about America's immigration problems.
The businessman upset Latinos when he suggested Mexicans in America were "rapists" who brought drugs and crime into the country during a recent speech to launch his U.S. presidential bid, and his remarks prompted TV bosses at Univision, NBC and Televisa to pull their planned Miss USA coverage.
Show co-hosts Roselyn Sanchez and Cristian de la Fuente also dropped out of the show, as did telecast hosts Thomas Roberts and Cheryl Burke, while J Balvin scrapped his performance amid the controversy.
And now Somebody hitmaker La Rose has announced she will no longer be performing.
La Rose's mentor Flo Rida is currently still scheduled to perform at the 2015 Miss USA pageant, which will take place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on 12 July (15).