Miss Mississippi Hannah Roberts was asked to weigh in on the controversy surrounding Kentucky clerk Kim Davis.

During the Q&A portion of Sunday night's final of the Miss America 2016 pageant, Roberts was asked whether the Supreme Court ruling that stuck down gay marriage bans nationwide violated Davis' religious freedom.

“It absolutely does not violate her religious freedom,” Roberts answered.

“That is her job that she was voted into doing. That law is a federal law throughout the rest of [the] country. So, she did violate the law there,” added Roberts, who won first runner-up in the contest.

Roberts' answer stands in contrast to Carrie Prejean's 2009 endorsement of “opposite marriage.” Prejean, who was competing for the Miss USA title, became an overnight Christian celebrity when she claimed that she lost the title because she was being “biblically correct.” Her star quickly fell after she admitted to filming a secret sex tape as a minor.