Miss America 2016, the 89th Miss America pageant, was held at the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Sunday, September 13, 2015. Kira Kazantsev of New York crowned successor, Betty Cantrell of Georgia at the end of the event. It was broadcast on ABC and streamed to mobile devices and Xbox 360 consoles via the WatchABC app. Miss America 2016 Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia - Betty Cantrell 1st runner-up Mississippi Mississippi - Hannah Roberts 2nd runner-up Colorado Colorado - Kelley Johnson 3rd runner-up Louisiana Louisiana - April Nelson 4th runner-up Alabama Alabama - Meg McGuffin Top 7 South Carolina South Carolina - Daja Dial Tennessee Tennessee - Hannah Robison* Top 10 Florida Florida - Mary Katherine Fechtel Oklahoma Oklahoma - Georgia Frazier Texas Texas - Shannon Sanderford Top 12 Iowa Iowa - Taylor Wiebers Nebraska Nebraska - Alyssa Howell Top 15 Arkansas Arkansas - Loren McDaniel Virginia Virginia - Savannah Lane West Virginia West Virginia - Chelsea Malone
Miss USA 2016 was the 65th Miss USA pageant. It was held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on June 5, 2016. All fifty states and the District of Columbia are competing. Olivia Jordan of Oklahoma crowned her successor, Deshauna Barber of the District of Columbia, at the end of the event. This is the first Miss USA pageant to be broadcast on Fox. Barber will represent the USA at the Miss Universe 2016 pageant. For the first time, a 52nd entrant for the pageant was decided via a nationwide search through social media.
Miss New York Nina Davuluri is the first Indian American to be crowned Miss America.
Miss Arkansas, Savvy Shields, is crowned Miss America 2017 on Sept 11, 2016. (Video courtesy of Miss America Organization/ABC)
Miss America 2016 - On the third night of preliminary competition in Atlantic City, Betty Cantrell, Miss Georgia, won the talent competition for her operatic vocal performance of “Tu Tu Piccolo Iddio’. (Video by Adya Beasley | NJ Advance Media f
Miss America 2017 Results: Who Was Crowned the Winner? TOP 15 Miss Kentucky Laura Jones, Miss Washington Alicia Cooper, Miss Massachussets Alissa Musto, Miss Arkansas Savvy Shields, Miss South Caroline Rachel Wyatt, Miss Idaho Kylee Solberg, Miss Iowa Kelly Koch, Miss Texas Caroline Carothers, Miss California Jessa Carmack, Miss Oklahoma Sarah Klein, Miss Maryland Hannah Brewer, Miss New York Camille Sims, Miss Tennessee Grace Burgess, Miss Louisiana Justine Ker, Miss Mississippi Laura Lee Lewis,
THE WINNER Of 2018 Miss America Competition: Miss North Dakota "Cara Mund" is new Miss America. © The Miss America Organization Miss North Dakota Cara Mund is new Miss America Jessica Procter, Alabama, 21 Angelina Klapperich, Alaska, 23 MaddieRose Holler, Arizona, 19 Maggie Benton, Arkansas, 22 Jillian Smith, California, 22 Meredith Winnefeld, Colorado, 23 Eliza Kanner, Connecticut, 21 Chelsea Bruce, Delaware, 21 Briana Kinsey, District of Columbia, 24 Sara Zeng, Florida, 22 Alyssa Beasley, Georgia, 19 Kathryn Teruya, Hawaii, 21 Taylor Lance, Idaho, 23 Abby Foster, Illinois, 21 Haley Begay, Indiana, 19 Chelsea Dubczak, Iowa, 23 Krystian Fish, Kansas, 21 Molly Matney, Kentucky, 20 Laryssa Bonacquisti, Louisiana, 22 Katie Elliott, Maine, 22 Kathleen Masek, Maryland, 22 Jillian Zucco, Massachusetts, 24 Heather Kendrick, Michigan, 23 Brianna Drevlow, Minnesota, 23 Anne Elizabeth Buys, Mississippi, 21 Jennifer Davis, Missouri, 23 Maddie Murray, Montana, 18 Allison Tietjen, Nebraska, 21 Andrea Martinez, Nevada, 23 Lauren Percy, New Hampshire, 23 Kaitlyn Schoeffel, New Jersey, 24 Taylor Rey, New Mexico, 22 Gabrielle Walter, New York, 24 Victoria Huggins, North Carolina, 23 Cara Mund, North Dakota, 23 Sarah Clapper, Ohio, 23 Triana Browne, Oklahoma, 24 Harley Emery, Oregon, 20 Katie Schreckengast, Pennsylvania, 21 Nicolette Peloquin, Rhode Island, 21 Suzi Roberts, South Carolina, 24 Miranda Mack, South Dakota, 21 Caty Davis, Tennessee, 22 Margana Wood, Texas, 22 JessiKate Riley, Utah, 20 Erin Connor, Vermont, 22 Cecili Weber, Virginia, 22 Nicole Renard, Washington, 22 Tamia Hardy, West Virginia, 22 McKenna Collins, Wisconsin, 21 Cheyenne Buyert, Wyoming, 19 Jessica Procter Angelina Klapperich MaddieRose Holler Maggie Benton Jillian Smith Meredith Winnefeld Eliza Kanner Chelsea Bruce Briana Kinsey Sara Zeng Alyssa Beasley Kathryn Teruya Taylor Lance Abby Foster Haley Begay Chelsea Dubczak Krystian Fish Molly Matney Laryssa Bonacquisti Katie Elliott Kathleen Masek Jillian Zucco Heather Kendrick Brianna Drevlow Anne Elizabeth Buys Jennifer Davis Maddie Murray Allison Tietjen Andrea Martinez Lauren Percy Kaitlyn Schoeffel Taylor Rey Gabrielle Walter Victoria Huggins Cara Mund Sarah Clapper Triana Browne Harley Emery Katie Schreckengast Nicolette Peloquin Suzi Roberts Miranda Mack Caty Davis Margana Wood JessiKate Riley Erin Connor Cecili Weber Nicole Renard Tamia Hardy McKenna Collins Cheyenne Buyert Miss Alabama 2018 Miss Alaska 2018 Miss Arizona 2018 Miss Arkansas 2018 Miss California 2018 Miss Colorado 2018 Miss Connecticut 2018 Miss Delaware 2018 Miss District of Columbia 2018 Miss Florida 2018 Miss Georgia 2018 Miss Hawaii 2018 Miss Idaho 2018 Miss Illinois 2018 Miss Indiana 2018 Miss Iowa 2018 Miss Kansas 2018 Miss Kentucky 2018 Miss Louisiana 2018 Miss Maine 2018 Miss Maryland 2018 Miss Massachusetts 2018 Miss Michigan 2018 Miss Minnesota 2018 Miss Mississippi 2018 Miss Missouri 2018 Miss Montana 2018 Miss Nebraska 2018 Miss Nevada 2018 Miss New Hampshire 2018 Miss New Jersey 2018 Miss New Mexico 2018 Miss New York 2018 Miss North Carolina 2018 Miss North Dakota 2018 Miss Ohio 2018 Miss Oklahoma 2018 Miss Oregon 2018 Miss Pennsylvania 2018 Miss Rhode Island 2018 Miss South Carolina 2018 Miss South Dakota 2018 Miss Tennessee 2018 Miss Texas 2018 Miss Utah 2018 Miss Vermont 2018 Miss Virginia 2018 Miss Washington 2018 Miss West Virginia 2018 Miss Wisconsin 2018 Miss Wyoming 2018 Miss Alabama Miss Alaska Miss Arizona Miss Arkansas Miss California Miss Colorado Miss Connecticut Miss Delaware Miss District of Columbia Miss Florida Miss Georgia Miss Hawaii Miss Idaho Miss Illinois Miss Indiana Miss Iowa Miss Kansas Miss Kentucky Miss Louisiana Miss Maine Miss Maryland Miss Massachusetts Miss Michigan Miss Minnesota Miss Mississippi Miss Missouri Miss Montana Miss Nebraska Miss Nevada Miss New Hampshire Miss New Jersey Miss New Mexico Miss New York Miss North Carolina Miss North Dakota Miss Ohio Miss Oklahoma Miss Oregon Miss Pennsylvania Miss Rhode Island Miss South Carolina Miss South Dakota Miss Tennessee Miss Texas Miss Utah Miss Vermont Miss Virginia Miss Washington Miss West Virginia Miss Wisconsin Miss Wyoming 2018 2018 Miss America Miss America Competition 2018 2018 Miss America Contestants 2018 Miss America Black Contestants 2018 Miss America White Contestants 2018 Miss America Red Dressed Contestants 2018 Miss America White Dressed Contestants 2018 Miss America Black Dressed Contestants 2018 Miss America Green Dressed Contestants 2018 Miss America Blue Dressed Contestants Black Dressed Contestant Won Blue Dressed Contestants of 2018 Miss America Competition Red Dressed Contestants of 2018 Miss America Competition White Dressed Contestants of 2018 Miss America Competition Green Dressed Contestants of 2018 Black Dressed Contestants of 2018
How embarrassing. Just moments after being crowned Miss Universe 2015, Miss Colombia was stripped of her title on live television — and it was ALL host Steve Harvey’s mistake. Click inside to WATCH. People all over the world are feeling for Miss Colombia after Steve Harvey, the host of the Miss Universe 2015 pageant, mistakingly declared her the the crown winner. Things got even more awkward when he passed the title to Miss Philippines, Pia Wurtzbach, who was forced to join Miss Colombia as the crown was taken away from her. Ouch. There are no words to describe this cringeworthy moment from the 2015 Miss Universe pageant. Shortly after revealing that Miss America was the second runner up, Steve Harvey announced that the coveted Miss Universe title belonged to Miss Colombia 2015…. but a moment later he confessed to mis-reading his cue card. So awkward!
beautiful girl; Miss America 2017; Who is Miss America 2017 Miss America While there weren’t any accidental mis-crownings during Sunday’s live show [cue the aw-shucks-where’s-Steve-Harvey], the Miss America 2017 pageant did set a new record: Arkansas now has its third winner since the pageant began in 1921. Savvy Shields, Miss Arkansas, strutted her way quite literally through the Top 52 and into the cup-hand-waving winner’s circle. She said her life’s philosophy has always been to believe her best day is still yet to come; that optimism obviously paid off big-time for the wannabe Beyoncé backup dancer when she won this year’s crown along with a $50,000 college scholarship. Also raking in some scholarship loot were the competition runners-up, who get more than just the consolation prize pack of flowers to take home with them tonight: First: Miss South Carolina, Rachel Wyatt Second: Miss New York, Camille Sims Third: Miss Washington, Alicia Cooper Fourth: Miss Mississippi, Laura Lee Lewis (http://www.youtube.com/upload) https://goo.gl/uUouHk
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