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Subject: There have been some successful former Miss Teen USAs in the last 20 years. Jillian Parry earned a PhD in Public Health from Johns Hopkins and is now an Assistant Professor at Towson University's Department of Health Sciences. Shelley Hennig has an acting career going. Allie LaForce is a reporter for Turner Sports. Kamie Crawford is co-hosting the MTV series Catfish.


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Not sure about what any other Miss Teen USAs are up to recently.
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Date Posted: 12:38:37 03/05/20 Thu
In reply to: SweetDarling 's message, "Why is anyone still doing pageants?" on 09:12:09 03/05/20 Thu


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[> Subject: This reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend way back in high school. He played on the football team. I remember he said, "I know it's crazy, and I'm worried about getting injured, and my parents are against it. It doesn't make any sense ... but I just love it!!" And I think pageants are the same thing. I assume for many (most) competitors it's not really about the money or the opportunities, but mainly it's just something they love doing. In fact, given all the obstacles you listed, it would be crazy to do it for any other reason.


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Date Posted: 14:39:41 03/05/20 Thu

This reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend way back in high school. He played on the football team. I remember he said, "I know it's crazy, and I'm worried about getting injured, and my parents are against it. It doesn't make any sense ... but I just love it!!" And I think pageants are the same thing. I assume for many (most) competitors it's not really about the money or the opportunities, but mainly it's just something they love doing. In fact, given all the obstacles you listed, it would be crazy to do it for any other reason.

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