June 21, 2011 06:57:14 GMT
It was the Thomas Culpeper depicter himself who has confirmed that she's off the market by telling people that 'she's into 2nd-rate actors.'
Freshly crowned Miss USA 2011 Alyssa Campanella could break many guys' hearts with the fact that she is currently off the market. The 21-year-old auburn-haired beauty has already had a boyfriend who happens to be a Canadian actor who is known for his role as Thomas Culpeper on "The Tudors" series, Torrance Coombs.
On Monday, June 20, the day when Alyssa was announced as the winner of the prestigious pageant, NHL star Paul Bissonnette joked on Twitter as he wrote, "Congrats to @AlyssCampanella who won Miss USA 2011." He added, "She's also a huge hockey fan.... So your telling me there's a chance? #4thLineGrind."
Quickly reacting to let the athlete know that the Californian beauty has already been taken was Torrace himself who replied, "@BizNasty2point0 @AlyssCampanella Nah, she's into 2nd-rate actors." Before the pageant, the Canadian hunk also tweeted that he was "ridiculously proud" of his leading lady and convinced his followers to support his girlfriend.
"Ridiculously proud of @AlyssCampanella, aka Miss CA USA. Tune in to NBC tonight to watch her strut her stuff in the Miss USA pageant," the 28-year-old actor tweeted. Shortly after his girlfriend won the competition, he got back to his Twitter and excitedly wrote, "Pardon my french, but HOLY F**K! SHE WON! Congrats to @AlyssCampanella, Miss USA 2011. I am a puddle."
Alyssa won the annual beauty pageant after impressing the judges with her coherent answer on the final round. Asked about her opinion on marijuana legalization, she smartly replied, "I understand that medical marijuana is very important for those who need it legally. It's abused, but that's the only reason I'd be against it. I'm not sure legalizing it would have much of an effect on the drug war." With her role as the new Miss USA, Alyssa is set to represent the States for this year's Miss Universe that will take place in Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 12.