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Jeannie Mai, Flo Rida

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This year's Miss USA pageant is still feeling the fallout after Donald Trump's anti-immigration comments.

Shortly after the news that Cheryl Burke and Roselyn Sanchez were ditching their posts as co-hosts for the pageant, Flo Rida has cancelled his scheduled performance as well.

TMZ first reported that the rapper was pulling the plug on his appearance, which was slated during the evening gown portion of the popular competition show.

But there's one celeb that isn't abandoning the pageant, or the presidential hopeful, despite the ongoing controversy—and that's Jeannie Mai.

"While I absolutely do not condone Mr. Trump's statements, after careful deliberation I have decided to continue my role as co-host of the upcoming Miss USA Pageant," she said in a statement to People.

"For the past several years, I have been co-hosting both Miss USA and Miss Universe aligned to support President Paula Shugart. I can't abandon these women when they need our support now more than ever. The mission of the Miss Universe organization has always been to unite women from all over the world and celebrate different cultures."

She added, "It is truly unfortunate that recent events have overshadowed the amazing work these women have been doing, but the goals of their organization have not changed."

Earlier this week, NBC announced that they were cutting ties with Trump with the following statement:

"At NBC, respect and dignity for all people are cornerstones of our values. Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump. To that end, the annual Miss USA and Miss Universe Pageants, which are part of a joint venture between NBC and Trump, will no longer air on NBC."

Of course, Trump lashed out at the decision with yet another war of words, which you can catch up on here.