Miss America Crowns a Scientist: Find Out Who Won!
There she is, folks.
There she is, folks.
Miss America looked and sounded a tad different this year.
Gone was the swimsuit competition, for instance.
The lovely Miss North Dakota Cara Mund was officially crowned Miss America on Sunday night after four evenings of intense competition.
She is the first winner from that great state.
Here she is, folks: Miss America 2017.
Cara McCollum, a former Miss New Jersey winner who competed in the 2013 Miss America pageant, died on Monday morning from injuries she sustained in a car accident.
She was 24 years old.
Multiple co-hosts on The View showed their ignorance and their idiocy on Tuesday by making fun of Kelly Johnson during a particularly unfunny segment.
Johnson represented Colorado at this year's Miss America Pageant.
Before crowning a new beauty as Miss America, the CEO of this pageant issued an apology on Sunday night to a classic beauty.
Newly-crowned Miss America Kira Kazantsev is under ehavy scrutiny after being awarded the title earlier this month, but not for the reasons you might expect.
The 23-year-old former Miss New York was kicked out of her sorority at Hofstra University on Long Island, reports, say, for abusively hazing new pledges!
Miss New York Kira Kazantsev stood alone, having triumphed over some of the most awe-inspiring young women in the entire United States last night.
Taking home the Miss America tiara after showcasing her good looks, brains and an unexpected talent, the 23-year-old blonde beauty reigned.
Miss America crowned Kira Kazantsev its 2014 champion last night, giving a representative from New York the title for the third consecutive year.
But to many (male) viewers, the real winner of the Miss America pageant was Miss Nebraska, Megan Swanson.
There she is, Miss America 2014: Kira Kazantsev! The New Yorker is the third consecutive beauty queen from the Empire State to claim the coveted tiara!
Miss Idaho, Sierra Sandison, isn't afraid to rock a bikini like a boss.
She's also not afraid to show off her insulin pump along with it.
Amanda Longacre, a 24-year-old woman stripped of her Miss Delaware title for being too old, is suing state pageant officials and the Miss America organization.
In a lawsuit filed this week, Amanda is seeking to be reinstated as Miss Delaware 2014 and to be allowed to compete in this year's Miss America pageant.
Amanda Longacre has seen the ugly side of beauty pageants.
The 24-year old was stripped of her Miss Delaware title last week after officials ruled Longacre had violated the competition's age requirement.
Another beauty pageant queen has lost her crown this week for seemingly no reason at all, as an unrelated snafu cost her the title she just earned.
Amanda Longacre, a 24-year-old who was named Miss Delaware 2014, lost hers because she is older than the Miss America organization allows.
Amanda Longacre recently was crowned Miss Delaware, but her tenure under the tiara was short-lived, as she was stripped of her title. Due to her age.
Longacre was crowned June 14, but she since been disqualified. The Miss America Organization says that contestants must be 17 to 24 years old.
Nina Davuluri, who was crowned Miss America earlier this month, was asked for her take on the deluge of racist Tweets that followed her surprise win.
Her take on it:
Nina Davuluri of Syracuse, N.Y., is your Miss America 2014.
Striving to become the first Indian-American Miss America, she pitched herself as the "diverse" contestant from the get-go and stuck to that theme.
The 1st Annual THG Bikini Body Showdown continues!
It's not a complicated setup. Take a look at the two bikini-clad celebrities pitted against each other below. Choose your favorite. The winner advances.