Zsa Zsa, the 'World's Ugliest Dog,' dies

Zsa Zsa, the 'World's Ugliest Dog,' dies

Zsa Zsa, the 'World's Ugliest Dog,' dies

The English bulldog's owner, Megan Brainard, has confirmed that Zsa Zsa died peacefully in her sleep last night.

Zsa Zsa's family drove about 30 hours to California last month to enter her in the Ugliest Dog pageant, where she beat out 13 competitors to take home the trophy and $1,500.

Zsa Zsa, who made worldwide headlines when she won the World's Ugliest Dog competition in San Francisco less about two weeks ago, made headlines again with news of her death. "I'm in shock still", she told CNN sister network HLN.

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"She knew she was special", Brainard told TODAY.

Brainard told TODAY that Zsa Zsa's passing was "devastating". Soon after, the Brainards found her on PetFinder.com. We were all saying our goodbyes and Mareslie went right over and gave her a kiss.

Then her fortune charges on June 23, when she and Brainard won $1,500, "a very large trophy" and a flight to NY to appear on "Today".

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Zsa Zsa was up for the title of Ugliest Dog against some fierce competition: a blackhead-covered Chinese Crested-Dachshund mutt, a bulldog mix with excess wrinkly skin and a Pekingese named Wild Thang. "It was sweet. She was waving at her", Brainard said.

She was known for her underbite and muscular, rounded front legs. "She never really showed much excitement, but yes, she was definitely living it up after she won", her owner said.

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