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Subject: New York has four former State OT winners competing at their state pageant this year.


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Date Posted: 22:35:51 03/13/17 Mon


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Subject: CT Contestants


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Date Posted: 00:52:13 10/15/16 Sat

Anderson, Alyssa (Wolcott) (2016-Top 10)
Barrett, Sara (Southbury) (New)
Brady, Stephanie (Storrs) (New)
Charbeneau, Serena (Waterbury) (New)
Duffy, Jillian (Trumbull) (2016-Top 10)(2015-Top 8)
Farrell, Erika (Forestville) (2016)
Giammarco, Savannah (Middlesex County) (2015-CT Teen USA)
Gonzalez, Sylvana (New Brittain) (New)
Kanner, Eliza Lynne (Fairfield) (2016-4th R/U)
Lemme, Taylor (Mountain Laurel) (New)
Lemme, Tori (Shoreline) (New)
McGee, Trenee (Windham County) (2016-3rd R/U)
Oei, Bridget (Southington) (2016-1st R/U, Prelim SS, Overall Interview/Talent Awards)
Parlante, Alissa (Rockville) (New)
Radeke, Danielle (Charter Oak) (New)
Salvatore, Gina (Bristol) (2016-Top 10)(2015-2nd R/U)(2014)(2013)
Segar, Alexandra (Litchfield County) (New)
Shields, Jojo (Nutmeg) (2015-Top 8)(NH-2014)(CT-2012)(CT-2011)
Simone, Natascia (New Haven County) (2015)(2014)
Walls, Katelyn (Stamford) (New)

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Subject: NJ Contestants


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Date Posted: 00:49:54 10/06/16 Thu

Algarra, Jacqueline (Atlantic County) (New)
Barger, Danielle (Burlington County) (New)
Dass, Disha (Northern Highlands) (New)
Ervey, Jessica (Essex County) (New)
Frye, Laura (Salem County) (New)
Gentiletti, Ayla (Cape Shores) (2016-Top 10,Prelim Talent Award)(2014)(2013-T10, Prelim Talent Award)
Gialloreto, Jaime (South Jersey) (New)
Indio, Jessica (Tri-County) (2016)
Kennelly, Madison (Cape May County) (2016-QoL Award, Miss America Academic and Community Service Awards)
Kulikowski, Ashley (Stars and Stripes) (New)
Laveson, Ashlyn (Gloucester County) (2016)(2015-People's Choice)(2014)
Legrand, Rachelle (Gateway) (New)
Magill, Julia (Avalon) (2016, People's Choice)
Michael, Olivia (Columbus Day) (2016-1st R/U, Talent/Interview Awards)(2015-3rd R/U)(2014-Top 10, Interview Prelim Award)(2013)
Milne, Jessica (Monmouth County) (2016-T10,Overall Interview Award)(2015-T10,Overall Interview Award,Prelim Talent Award)
Ortega, Celinda (Bergen County) (2014-National All-American Miss)
Pepitone, Sarah (Cumberland County) (New)
Ragazzo, Natalie (Atlantic Shores) (2011 - NJOT, Top 10 in Orlando, Peoples Choice Award)
Ross, Amanda (Seashore Line) (2016-3rd R/U)(2015)(2014-Top 10)(2012 - NJOT)
Sanders, Marissa (Cape Resort) (2016)
Schoeffel, Kaitlyn (Eastern Shore) (2016-2nd R/U,Prelim SS Award)(2015)(2014-Top 10)(2013-4th R/U) (2012-1st R/U)(2007 - NJOT)
Seeley, Kyra (Central Coast) (2016-Top 10)(2015-Top 10)
Staub, Lauren (Ramapo Valley) (New)
Suarez, Olivia (Ocean County) (2016)(2015)(2014-PA)(2013-NJ)
Sullivan, Alyssa (Camden County) (2016-Top 10)(2015-Top 10, Prelim Talent Award) (NJOT - 2013, Top 8 in Orlando)
Tomlinson, Krystle (Coastal Shores) (2016-Prelim Talent Award)
Vendetta, Hannah (Northern Lakes) (New)
Welsh, Madison (South Shore) (2016-Prelim Talent Award)

PHOTOS/BIOS: http://www.missnewjersey.net/meet-the-contestants/

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Subject: MISS NEW JERSEY CLASS COMPLETE!!


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Date Posted: 15:19:24 03/28/17 Tue

Meet the 2017 Contestants

Miss Atlantic County Jacqueline Algarra
Age: 21
Hometown: Marlton
School: Holy Family University
Platform: The National Eating Disorder Assocation

Talent: Vocal

Miss Atlantic Shores Natalie Ragazzo
Age: 21
Hometown: Ocean City, NJ
School: Belmont University
Platform: Anxiety & Depression: End the Stigma
Talent: Vocal

Miss Avalon Julia Magill
Age: 20
Hometown: West Deptford
School: Rowan University
Platform: Feeding Our Families
Talent: Dance


Miss Bergen County Area Celinda Ortega
Age: 22
Hometown: Fair Lawn
School: Montclair State University
Platform: Instilling Confidence & Boosting Self-Esteem in Girls
Talent: Vocal

Miss Burlington County Danielle Barger
Age: 22
Hometown: Somers Point
School: Stockton University
Platform: The Ronald McDonald House of Southern NJ
Talent: Dance – Tap


Miss Camden County Alyssa Sullivan
Age: 21
Hometown: Cape May
School: Atlantic County Community College
Platform: Peer Challenge Commit 2 Character
Talent: Vocal

Miss Cape May County Area Madison Kennelly
Age: 18
Hometown: Tuckahoe
School: York College
Platform: Lend A Paw! The Power of Pet Therapy
Talent: Dance-Tap

Miss Cape Resort Marissa Sanders
Age: 20
Hometown: Pitman
School: Rowan College at Gloucester County
Platform: R.E.A.D for Literacy
Talent: Violin

Miss Cape Shores Ayla Gentiletti
Age: 22
Hometown: Vineland
School: Montclair State University
Platform: Eat, Move, Love
Talent: Vocal

Miss Central Coast Kyra Seeley
Age: 19
Hometown: Middlesex
School: Rutgers University
Platform:
Talent: Dance-Irish

Miss Coastal Shores Krystle Tomlinson
Age: 20
Hometown: Scotch Plains
School: American Musical & Dramatic Academy
Platform:
Talent: Vocal

Miss Columbus Day Olivia Michael
Age: 23
Hometown: Bergenfield
School: The College of New Jersey
Platform: Arts for Everyone
Talent: Piano

Miss Cumberland County Sarah Pepitone
Age: 20
Hometown: Millville
School: Cumberland County College – Grad
Platform: Preserve Our Earth
Talent: Vocal w/ Sign Language

Miss Eastern Shore Kaitlyn Schoeffel
Age: 23
Hometown: Egg Harbor Township
School: Montclair State University-Graduate
Platform: Operation Empowerment
Talent: Dance

Miss Essex County Jessica Ervey
Age: 20
Hometown: Andover
School: Centenary University
Platform: Hope Garden for Domestic Abuse
Talent: Dance

Miss Gateway Rachelle Legrand
Age: 21
Hometown: Morganville
School: Rutgers University
Platform: “Start the Conversation-Eliminating Micro-aggressions”
Talent: Vocal

Miss Gloucester County Ashlyn Laveson
Age: 22
Hometown: Ventnor
School: New York University – Graduate
Platform: Turn the Tables on Hunger
Talent: Piano

Miss Monmouth County Jessica Milne
Age: 23
Hometown: New Milford
School: Fairleigh Dickinson University
Platform: LGBTeen Advocacy
Talent: Vocal

Miss Northern Highlands Disha Dass
Age: 22
Hometown: New Milford
School: Rutgers Graduate School of Education
Platform: Love Will Win: Beyond Marriage Equality
Talent: Piano

Miss Northern Lakes Hannah Vendetta
Age: 19
Hometown: Pitman
School: Georgian Court University
Platform: Save Your Lungs, Save Your Life
Talent: Dance-Tap

Miss Ocean County Olivia Suarez
Age: 23
Hometown: Mullica Hill
School: Widener University-Graduate
Platform: Volunteering is Powerful
Talent: Dance-Tap

Miss Ramapo Valley Lauren Staub
Age: 22
Hometown: Avon-By-the-Sea
School: Montclair State University
Platform: The Growing Epidemic of Prescription Drug Abuse in the United States
Talent: Classical Vocal

Miss Salem County Laura Frye
Age: 18
Hometown: Woodstown
School: Muhlenberg College
Platform: Teenage Anxiety Disorder Awareness
Talent: Vocal

Miss Seashore Line Amanda Rae Ross
Age: 21
Hometown: Galloway
School: Stockton University
Platform:
Talent: Dance

Miss South Jersey Jaime Gialloreto
Age: 17
Hometown: Woolwich Township
School: Kingsway Regional High School
Platform: Don’t Get Nutty: Food Allergy Awareness
Talent: Dance

Miss South Shore Madison Welsh
Age: 18
Hometown: Westville
School: Neumann College
Platform: S.P.I.N. – Share Positive Instead of Negative
Talent: Tap Dance

Miss Stars & Stripes Ashley Kulikowski
Age: 19
Hometown: Glassboro
School: Rowan University
Platform: Fearless Movement-Epilepsy Awareness
Talent: Piano

Miss Tri-County Jessica Indio
Age: 22
Hometown: Hammonton
School: Fashion Institute of Technology
Platform: Dress for Success
Talent: Jazz Dance

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Subject: CA Contestants


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Date Posted: 04:43:16 10/04/16 Tue

Anderegg, Alissa (Contra Costa County) (2015-NC-Miss America Community Service Award, NF Interview Award)
Arroyo, Sara Beth (North Valley) (New)
Avalos, Jazmin Adriana (Anaheim Hills) (New)
Bakker, Mandy (Culver City) (New)
Bangs, Kristen (Los Angeles County) (New)
Behring, Stephanie Ann (Central California) (New) (Miss California International 2015)
Benson, Natalie (Orange Coast) (New) (NMOT - 2012, Top 12 in Orlando, America's Choice Award, Teen in Action finalist)
Bhattacharya, Asha (Anaheim) (New)
Bostwick, Blaire (Central Valley) (2014)
Cardamone, Kelsey (Sierra Nevada) (2016-NFT Award)(2015)
Carpenter, Frances (Merced County) (New)
Chaudhuri, Sabina (Silicon Valley) (New)
Crawford, Molly (San Diego) (2015-Top 10)(2013)
DaBabneh, Briana (Covina) (New)
Dadouh, Sarah (Golden Gate) (New)
Farrow, Kiara (High Desert) (2016-Non-Finalist Talent Award,Prelim SS Award)(2015)
Forbes, Hannah (Mendocino County) (New)
Forrest, Joye (San Fernando Valley) (New)
Foss, Emma (Tustin) (2016-Top 15)(2014-Prelim Talent Award,Miss America Academic Award)
Freed, MacKenzie (National Orange Show) (International Junior Miss California 2015) (2014-Top 15) (2013)
Galipault, Shannon (Yorba Linda) (2015)
Gima, Jasmine (Blythe) (New)
Holbrook, Nikki (Sacramento County) (New)
Hornaday, Nicole (Delta Valley) (New)
Huyck, Hannah (Fresno County) (New)
Kennedy, Jane (Bay Area) (2015)
Kim, Eileen (Orange County) (2016-Top 15,Prelim Talent Award)
Kotick, Cheyenne (Placentia) (2016)(2015-NFT Award, Prelim Talent Award, Prelim EG Award)
Lee, Rachel (Marin County) (New)
Nessary, JR (Southland) (New)
Mendoza, Missy (Garden Grove) (2016)(2015-NFT)(2013)
Montes-Espinoza, Amy (San Joaquin County) (New)
Omalafe, Abby (Hollywood) (New)
Police, Cheyanne (North Bay) (New)
Ramirez, Raena (Desert Southland) (2016)
Rodriguez, Amanda (Ventura) (New)
Sartuche, Elizabeth (Tulare) (New)
Schmuhl, Kristina (Sonoma County) (New)
Smith, Jillian (Yosemite Valley) (2015-NFT)(2013)
Sparks, Laura (Kings County) (New)
Tran, Amy (Fountain Valley) (New)
Trinh, Elizabeth (Redwood City) (New)
Vasquez, Alyssa (Napa County) (New)
Vincenzi, Elyse (San Francisco) (2016)
Votino, Victoria (Santa Clara) (New)
Wayland, Katie (City of Orange) (2016-1st R/U)(2014-NFT Award)(2013-NFT Award)(2012 Top 10)

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Subject: Swimsuits - 2-piece vs 1-piece. It seems that the 2-piece swimsuits are getting smaller and smaller. Do you as a judge point a contestant down if she prefers to wear a 1-piece suit?


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Date Posted: 20:27:15 03/25/17 Sat


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Subject: Standouts from Miss Alabama Orientation


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Date Posted: 14:21:56 03/04/17 Sat



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Subject: Unusual Miss America talents


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Date Posted: 21:54:54 03/16/17 Thu


I am curious to know why Miss Arizona 1982, Debra Daniels (a semi-finalist in the 1982 Miss America pageant when Debra Sue Maffett was crowned Miss America 1983) is not on this interesting listing of unusual Miss America talent routines??
http://www.voy.com/229344/76709.html

Debra earned national media exposure for her contortionist
"free form" gymnastics dance to "Chariots of Fire"??? It even gained famed decades later when this was posted on YouTube in January 2009:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=em-zOEzoP6w

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Subject: Teen Contract Question- According to the 2017 contract change were being told that a teen could live in one state and compete for another state title or two state titles: Living in Kansas City, MO but attend private school in Kansas City, KS and compete for either State OT Title based on how the new OT contract is written. Are other states having issues with this? Does this seem odd or inappropriate to anyone else?


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Date Posted: 01:33:02 03/19/17 Sun


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Subject: Miss Mississippi's Outstanding Teen Contestants


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Date Posted: 20:20:15 03/14/17 Tue

http://missmississippipageant.com/2017-teen-contestants


THE 2017 MISS MISSISSIPPI’S OUTSTANDING TEEN PAGEANT IS SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 29-30, WITH TWO PRELIMINARIES ON SATURDAY (2 P.M. AND 7:30 P.M.) AND THE FINAL ON SUNDAY AT 2 P.M.

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Subject: Are there any rules or etiquette on wearing a crown pin? Can a former Miss State wear one to a pageant event such as returning to her state pageant? I noticed several local winners wearing them in the Miss Alabama pictures.


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Date Posted: 15:54:48 03/13/17 Mon


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Subject: Can anyone provide an update with the current scoring percentages of the competition categories? When I look at different local and state websites, there seems to be different scoring information. Some have talent at 35% and some have 30%. I think it's important for contestants to know correct percentages.


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Date Posted: 11:04:45 03/06/17 Mon


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Subject: History - Talent - Winner + runnersup talents - 1935-1939


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Date Posted: 08:01:00 03/06/17 Mon

1935
Pittsburgh PA - Henrietta Leaver – vocal/dance “Living in a Big Way”
1RU – MO – Edna Smith – piano / vocal – “Chopin’s Prelude 20” / “When Day is Done”
2RU – KY – Jean Mergele – vocal / acrodance “I’ll Never Say Never Again”
1936
Philadelphia PA – Rose Coyle – vocal / dance – “I Can’t Escape from You” / “Truckin’” (PT)
1RU – CA – Phyllis Dobson – dance (PT)
2RU – CT – Theodora Cecelia Drinsunuas – vocal
3RU – Cook County IL – Arlene Causey – (PT)
4RU – Birmingham AL – Gloria Levings – vocal / tap dance
1937
Bertrand Island NJ – Bette Cooper – vocal “When the Poppies Bloom Again”
1RU –TX – Alice Lucille Emerick – tap dance
2RU – Ruth Covington – vocal / Tap dance “Goona Goo”
3RU – Phyllis Randall – vocal / dance (PT)
4RU – Miami FL – Irmgard Dietel – vocal
1938
OH – Marilyn Meseke – Tap dance “The World is Waiting for the Sunrise”
1RU – CA – Claire James – dance
2RU – UT – Muriel Goodspeed – operatic vocal / piano (PT)
3RU – Asbury Park NJ – vocal / tap dance (PT)
4RU – Jacksonville FL – Gloria Smiley – acrobatic dance (PT)
1939
MI – Patricia Donnelly – vocal / bass viol “To You” / “Ole Man Mose”
1RU – OK – Betty Averyt – vocal / piano “Wondering” / “Dreaming”
2RU – WA – Annamae Schoonover – dramatic monologue “Accent on Youth”
3RU – CA - Marguerite Skliris – dramatic monologue “Romeo and Juliet” (PT)
4RU – VA – Rose Elliott – vocal “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes”

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Subject: “The 2018 Miss America Competition” To Broadcast Live From Historic Boardwalk Hall In Atlantic City


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Date Posted: 22:51:07 02/01/17 Wed

Atlantic City, NJ (February 1, 2017) – The Miss America Organization, dick clark productions and ABC announced today that the 97th Miss America Competition will return to Atlantic City’s historic Boardwalk Hall on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2017 (9:00 – 11:00 p.m./ET) on the ABC Television Network. Packed with glitz and glam, the spectacular evening will showcase the serious smarts and tremendous talent of 52 women representing their home states and territories as they compete to bring home the crown. At the conclusion of the intense competition, one woman will win the coveted Miss America title.

“As we barrel towards our 100th Anniversary, I am so proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with dick clark productions, ABC, and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) in Atlantic City as we join forces to create great television and continue celebrating the empowerment of America’s most outstanding young women,” said Sam Haskell, Executive Chairman & CEO of the Miss America Organization.

“The 2018 Miss America Competition” follows three days of Preliminary Competitions and two weeks of various Miss America events held on and around the famed Atlantic City Boardwalk. The 52 contestants will also participate in the celebrated, fan-favorite “Show Us Your Shoes” Parade, which will travel along a two-mile route on the Atlantic City Boardwalk Saturday, September 9.

dick clark productions and the Miss America Organization will collaborate on all creative, marketing, sponsorship, licensing, ticketing and distribution elements of this year’s show. Anthony Eaton and Tall Pony Productions will produce “The 2018 Miss America Competition.”

On-sale ticketing information for “The 2018 Miss America Competition” will be announced soon.

For more information on “The 2018 Miss America Competition,” please visit Miss America Organization’s website at www.missamerica.org.

ABOUT THE MISS AMERICA ORGANIZATION

The Miss America Organization, a 501(c) 4 non-profit corporation, awards millions of dollars in annual college scholarship assistance making it the largest scholarship program for women in the United States. MAO is comprised of 52 licensed organizations which includes all 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. MAO contestants contribute over 500,000 hours of community service annually and have raised over $15 million for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals since 2007.

ABOUT DICK CLARK PRODUCTIONS

dick clark productions (dcp) is the world’s largest producer and proprietor of televised live event entertainment programming with the “Academy of Country Music Awards,” “American Music Awards,” “Billboard Music Awards,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest,” “Golden Globe Awards,” “Hollywood Film Awards,” “Miss America” and the “Streamy Awards.” Weekly television programming includes “So You Think You Can Dance” from 19 Entertainment and dcp. dcp also owns one of the world’s most unique and extensive entertainment archive libraries with more than 55 years of award-winning shows, historic programs, specials, performances and legendary programming. For additional information, visit www.dickclark.com.

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Subject: 2017-18 MAO "CROWNING" DATES


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Date Posted: 21:16:34 01/02/17 Mon



Happy New Year, Darlings! As promised, here are the 2017 State Pageant 'Crowning' Dates. Enjoy!

APRIL
21 - VT
29 - NH

MAY
27 – RI
28 - NY

JUNE
8 – AK
10 – AL, HI, ID, KS, NE, ND, OK
17 – AR, DE, GA, IL, IN, MI, MN, MO, MT, NJ, NM, NV, OH, PA, SD, UT, WI
18 – DC
24 – AZ, CO, CT, IA, LA, ME, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA
25 - WV, WY

JULY
1 – CA, FL, KY, MA, OR, TX, WA
8 - PR

CLASS COMPLETE! BEST WISHES TO ALL!

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Subject: Are there any daughters of formers competing this year?


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Date Posted: 13:49:53 02/18/17 Sat


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Subject: More Fun MAOTeen Facts


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Date Posted: 19:32:04 01/28/17 Sat

Alabama: Finalists- 7/12, Top 10- 2, Top 8- 1, 2RU- 3, 1RU- 1, NFT- 1, Preliminary Talent- 2, Preliminary L&F- 1, Preliminary Evening/OSQ- 2
Alaska: 0 finalists or awards
Arizona: Finalists- 2/12, Top 10- 1, 3RU- 1, Preliminary Talent- 1, Preliminary Evening/OSQ- 1
Arkansas: Finalists- 4/12, Top 10- 1, 4RU- 1, 2RU- 2, NF E/OSQ- 1, NFI- 1, Preliminary Talent- 3, Preliminary L&F- 2, Preliminary Evening/OSQ- 3
California: Finalists- 5/12, Top 15- 1, Top 10- 1, Top 8- 1, 4RU- 1, 1RU- 1, Preliminary Talent- 2, Preliminary L&F- 1. Preliminary E/OSQ- 1
Colorado: Finalists- 4/12, Top 15- 1, Top 12- 2, Top 8- 1
Connecticut: Finalists- 1/12, 1RU- 1, Preliminary E/OSQ- 2
Delaware: 0 Finalists, NFT- 1, Preliminary Talent- 1
District of Columbia- Finalists- 1/15, NFI- 1, Preliminary E/OSQ- 1
Florida: Finalists- 7/12, Top 12- 1, Top 10- 1, 3RU- 2, 2RU- 1, Winner- 2, NFT- 1, Prelminary Talent- 1, Preliminary E/OSQ- 3
Georgia: Finalists- 6/12, Top 10- 2, 3RU- 1, 2RU- 2, Winner- 1, Preliminary Talent- 3, Preliminary E/OSQ- 1
Hawaii: 0 finalists or awards
Idaho- Finalists- 1/12, Top 11- 1, Preliminary E/OSQ- 1
Illinois: 0 Finalists, Preliminary Talent- 1, Preliminary E/OSQ- 2
Indiana: Finalists- 5/12, Top 10- 4, 2RU- 1, Preliminary Talent- 1
Iowa: Finalists- 1/12, NFI- 1
Kansas: 0 Finalists, Prelim L&F- 1
Kentucky: Finalists- 2/12, Top 10- 1, 4RU- 1, NFT- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Louisiana: Finalists- 4/12, Top 15- 1, Top 10- 1, 4RU- 1, 3RU- 1, Prelim Talent- 1
Maine: 0 Finalists, NFT- 1
Maryland: Finalists- 2/12, Top 10- 1, 3RU- 1, Prelim L&F- 1
Massachusetts: Finalists- 1/12, Top 10- 1, NFT- 1
Michigan: Finalists- 4/12, Top 12- 1, Top 10- 1, 1RU- 1, NFT- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim L&F- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Minnesota: Finalists- 1/12, 4RU- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Mississippi: Finalists- 2/12, Top 10- 1, 4RU- 1, Prelim Talent- 1
Missouri: Finalists- 3/12, Top 8- 1, 4RU- 1, 3RU- 1, Prelim L&F- 1
Montana: Finalists- 1/12, Top 15- 1
Nebraska: Finalists- 2/12, Top 10- 1, 4RU- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 2
Nevada: Finalists- 1/12, Top 10- 1
New Hampshire: Finalists- 2/12, Top 15- 1, Winner- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
New Jersey: Finalists- 6/12, Top 15- 3, Top 10- 2, 1RU- 1, NFI- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
New Mexico: Finalists- 1/12, Top 12- 1
New York: Finalists- 1/12, Winner- 1, NFI- 1, Prelim Talent- 2
North Carolina: Finalists- 4/12, Top 15- 2, 3RU- 1, 1RU- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
North Dakota: Finalists- 2/12, Top 15- 1, Top 12- 1, NFI- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Ohio: Finalists- 3/12, Top 15- 2, Top 10- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Oklahoma: Finalists- 9/12, Top 15- 1, Top 10- 3, Top 8- 1, 4RU- 1, 1RU- 1, Winner- 2, NFE/OSQ- 1, Prelim Talent- 2, Prelim E/OSQ- 3
Oregon: 0 Finalists, NFI- 1
Pennsylvania: Finalists- 5/12, Top 11- 1, Top 10- 1, Top 8- 1, 2RU- 1, 1RU- 1, NFT- 2, NFI- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 2
Puerto Rico: 0 Finalists or Awards
Rhode Island: Finalists- 3/12, Top 15- 2, Top 10- 1, Prelim Talent- 2, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
South Carolina: Finalists- 6/12, Top 15- 1, Top 10- 3, Winner- 2, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
South Dakota: 0 Finalists or Awards
Tennessee: Finalists- 3/12, Top 10- 1, 3RU- 1, 1RU- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim L&F- 2
Texas: Finalists- 8/12, Top 15- 1, Top 12- 1, Top 10- 1, Top 8- 2, 3RU- 1, 1RU- 1, Winner- 1, Prelim Talent- 2, Prelim L&F- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 3
Utah: Finalists- 5/12, Top 15- 1, Top 10- 2, 4RU- 1, 1RU- 1, NFT- 1, Prelim Talent- 2, Prelim L&F- 2, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
Vermont: 0 Finalists, NTI- 1
Virginia: Finalists- 8/12, Top 10- 3, 4RU- 2, 3RU- 1, 2RU- 1, Winner- 1, Prelim Talent- 2, Prelim E/OSQ- 3
Virgin Islands: Finalists- 1/11, Top 10- 1
Washington: Finalists- 3/12, Top 12- 1, 3RU- 1, 2RU- 1, NFT- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim E/OSQ- 1
West Virginia: 0 Finalists or Awards
Wisconsin: Finalists- 4/12, Top 11- 1, Top 10- 2, Winner- 1, NFT- 1, Prelim Talent- 1, Prelim L&F- 1
Wyoming: 0 Finalists or Awards

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Subject: 60th Miss Mississippi to welcome reigning Miss America


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Date Posted: 04:41:36 02/13/17 Mon

http://www.vicksburgpost.com/2017/02/11/60th-miss-mississippi-to-welcome-reigning-miss-america/

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Subject: Congratulations to these scholarship winners


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The Miss America Organization announced Tuesday four recipients of Miss America Foundation scholarships.

The contestants who have received the scholarships are as follows:

The 2016 Dr. and Mrs. David B Allman Medical Scholarship — $7,000 — meant for current or former contestants who study or plan to study in the field of medicine.

Victoria Humphrey, a 2011 contestant in Florida

Makayla McCoskey, a 2016 contestant in Pennsylvania


The 2016 Jean Bartel for Military Awareness Scholarship — $3,000 — was established in the memory of Miss America 1943 Bartel. The scholarship is meant for those who are involved with community-based events or projects meant to raise awareness of men and women in the military.

Autumn Simunek, Miss South Dakota 2015

The 2016 Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Scholarship — $2,000 — was created in honor of Tiffany Phillips, the daughter of Steve and Dana Phillips in Oregon, who died in an accident in 1998.

Sarah Kingsbury, a 2016 contestant in Ohio

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Subject: brace yourself,,,, CMN requirements going up as well as Miss America Serves requirements


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Date Posted: 16:42:06 01/22/17 Sun


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Subject: Fictional movies and tv episodes about beauty contests beatuy queens


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Date Posted: 08:45:19 01/20/17 Fri

Movies
American Venus – 1926
Contest Girl – 1964
Great American Beauty Contest – 1973 – Eleanor Parker
Smile – 1975 – Melanie Griffith, Barbara Feldon, Bruce Dern, Annette O’Toole
Miss All American Beauty – 1982 – Diane Lane, Cloris Leachman
Miss Firecracker – Holly Hunter
Crowned and Dangerous – 1997 – Yasmin Bleath
Drop Dead Gorgeous – 1999 – Amy Admas, Kirstie Allen, Kirsten Dunst
Happy, Texas - 1999
Miss Congeniality – 2000
Beautiful – 2000 - Minnie Driver
Little Miss Sunshine – 2006 - Abigail Breslin

TV episodes
Bachelor Father – “Bentley and the Beauty contest” 1959
Flintstones “Water Buffalo Beatuy Contest” 1961
Jetsons “Miss Solar System” 1963
Happy Days 1976
Fantasy Island “Beauty Contest” Maureen McCormick
Designing Women “The Beauty Contest” 1986
Quantum Leap “Miss Deep South” 1990 (Scott Bakula played the queen)
Dawsons Creek - 1998

Do you know of any other movies or tv episodes?
My favorite movie Contest Girl. Favorite tv episode The Jetsons – both great entertainment

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Subject: Any photographer suggestions in the DMV area?


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Subject: Speech Coaches


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Date Posted: 16:04:25 02/05/17 Sun

Do you all have a recommendation for a coach in the Southeast that specializes in speech and diction coaching to give a contestant a more dynamic and commanding voice? Someone who can work on eliminating a strong accent or more teen/young sounding voice. Appreciate it!

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Subject: The University of Alabama has eleven women competing in five states!


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Date Posted: 23:43:28 02/04/17 Sat

Eleven women from UA are competing this summer for state titles. The seven competing in Alabama are Callie Walker, Jessica Procter, Cassidy Jacks, Chandler Shields, Payton Edberg, and Riley Kate Lancaster.
Tanner Fant will be competing in Mississippi, Kassidy Brown in Texas, Maggie Gehlson in Iowa, and Alabama graduate, Briana Kinsey will be competing in D.C.

Has or does this happen in any other states?

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Subject: Most popular cities and local titles by state MAOTeen


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Date Posted: 20:04:27 01/28/17 Sat

AL- Birmingham (3), Painted Rock's OT (2)
AK- Eagle River (4), Anchorage & Chugiak/Eagle River's OT (3)
AZ- Chandler (3), Twirling Athlete & Surprise's OT (2)
AR- Little Rock (4), Greater Little Rock/South Arkansas's OT (2)
CA- San Francisco (2), no local has won more than once
CO- Not Enough Information
CT- Wolcott (3), no local has won more than once
DE- Middletown (5), New Castle's OT (5)
DC- no locals
FL- Jacksonville (4), Orlando's OT (4)
GA- Marietta (2), Cobb County/Capital City's OT (2)
HI- Haleiwa/Wailuku/Honolulu (2), not enough information
ID- Boise/Twin Falls (2), not enough information
IL- Not enough information
IN- Kendallville (2), Harvest Homecoming/Three Rivers/Limberlost's OT (2)
IA- Muscatine (2), Scott County's OT (4)
KS- Derby (2), no local has won more than once
KY- Louisville (3), Louisville's OT (2)
LA- No city has won more than once, Louisiana Harvest Festival/Holiday in Dixie's OT (2)
ME- Saco (3), no locals
MD- Frederick (2), College Park's OT (2)
MA- Dartmouth (3), New Bedford's OT (2)
MI- St. Clair Shores (2), no local has won more than once
MN- not enough information
MS- Madison (2), no local has won more than once
MO- St. Louis (2), Metro St. Louis' OT (3)
MT- Glendive/Missoula (3), no locals
NE- Omaha (3), Omeha's OT (2)
NV- Las Vegas (4), no local has won more than once
NH- Gilford (2), Lake Region's OT (3)
NJ- Egg Harbor (2), Coastal Shore's OT (2)
NM- Albuquerque (3), not enough information
NY- Staten Island (4), Staten Island's OT (3)
NC- no city has won more than once, Thomasville's OT (2)
ND- Bismarck (6), not enough information
OH- no city has won more than once, Portsmouth's OT (3)
OK- Tulsa (4), Edmond Liberty Fest's OT (4)
OR- Klamath Falls (2), no local has won more than once
PA- no city has won more than once, Laurel Highlands/Central PA's OT (2)
PR- not enough information
RI- Barrington (3), not enough information
SC- Duncan/Greenville (2), no local has won more than once
SD- Rapid City (4), Rapid City's OT (3)
TN- no city has won more than once, Henderson County's OT (2)
TX- Houston (3), Houston/Frisco's OT (3)
UT- Provo (2), not enough information
VT- Jericho/St. Albans (2), no locals
VA- Chesapeake (3), Greater Richmond/Roanoke Valley's OT (2)
VI- Saint Croix (7), no locals
WA- Kennewick (4), Tri-Cities' OT (2)
WV- no city has won more than once, no local has won more than once
WI- Milwaukee (3), Milwuakee's OT (5)
WY- Sheridan (4), Sheridan's OT (3)

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Subject: Fun MAOTeen to MAO Miss Facts


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Date Posted: 03:54:00 01/28/17 Sat

Total OTs since 2005 (including national winner successors): 628
Competed at Miss America- 65 (10.3% of state teens)
Made the Finals- 27 (4.3%)
Top 16- 1
Top 15- 1
Top 12- 3
Top 10- 8
4RU- 2
3RU- 2
2RU- 4
1RU- 4
Miss America- 2

Additional awards- 24 (3.8%)
Preliminary Talent- 4
Preliminary Swimsuit- 5
NFT- 4
NFI- 2
Miss Congeniality- 2
STEM Scholarship- 1
Quality of Life- 2
QOL Nomination- 4

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Subject: Swimsuit | Gown | Talent | On-stage Question | Crowning: Miss America 2009 Katie Stam


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P8IO1w-DMk&t=323s

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Subject: Miss America 2007 talents and final questions Lauren Nelson Winner


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Date Posted: 08:30:04 01/14/17 Sat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5eYInx009gk

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Subject: Sure, I'm a Pageant Girl


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Date Posted: 15:53:50 01/16/17 Mon

Everyone who competes in pageants has a story; I am no exception. This year I competed with over 180 other girls for the title Miss New York USA. The Miss Universe program is acknowledged as the most competitive pageant system, and the state of New York is one of the hardest to win. A record one hundred and eighty six girls competed this year.

My biggest take away from my first pageant was that you need to extensively research your competition. The Miss USA pageant is nothing more than a beauty pageant. They allegedly have a scholarship program, but that is a stretch. The scholarship is small and awarded only to an unremarkable school in upstate New York. I would be surprised to hear that any winner actually used their prize money.

If you have a career, extensive schooling and anything that passes as a talent you need to be competing in the Miss America system. More on that later.

Miss USA is not a scholarship program; however, it is an excellent beauty pageant. The competition is made up of three parts: interview, swim wear and evening gown. The interview is only two minutes long. The judges could not care less about your accomplishments, they only want to see that you can string a few words together without sounding daft (an accomplishment for some girls). You could say anything in interview if you answer the question they ask, and answer it confidently.

Anyone considering Miss New York USA should know that at least eighty percent of the girls have never competed in a pageant before. Quite a few girls posted on social media that they “qualified” and “were selected” to compete. Don’t be fooled, there is no selection process to become a state finalist. Anyone can pay to play, and pay you will… If you pay early you can compete to the tune of $1,300. If you wait you will pay $1,500. Miss USA is a business. They would have double the number of girls compete if they could. You are not special because you are selected, you are special because you chose to sign up.

The swimsuit competition is your chance to hit the runway. I don’t know many people that are thrilled at the prospect of strutting the stage in what may as well be lingerie. Deciding to step on the runway is a massive accomplishment. The pageant asks that you wear a solid color suit, and if you want to win you will wear a bikini that shows off your fabulous spray tan.

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During this portion of the competition it becomes obvious how many girls are uncomfortable with their bodies. I cannot count how many vegan, calorie counting machines I met competition weekend. Fortunately, I am a long distance runner and that takes care of my body well enough. I didn’t diet extensively for the competition. To fuel my body for long distance running I have to feed myself well. I do not run so that I can compete. Running is my lifestyle, the pageant was a two-day event. The pageant certainly motivated me to be a more diligent runner, but that is just the beginning. I will run for the rest of my life.

I witnessed so many ladies making changes in their lifestyle just for the pageant. What good is it to develop new, healthy habits if they do not last?

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The second most prevalent mistake I noticed were girls competing who could not afford to. If you are going to compete in the Miss USA system you need to have at least $2,500 readily available. The entry fee is too steep to halfway commit. You need a professionally done headshot, hair and makeup (unless you are a makeup artist or stylist yourself), and you need a stunning gown. If you can’t afford it don’t compete, it is most likely going to lead to regret. A girl this weekend told me she was feeling pessimistic about the finals, and that she was upset because this was her vacation money… I gave her the best advice I could, “It’s not about being pessimistic, it’s statistics. You have a 1 out of 186 chance of winning. That’s less than a one percent.” There were at least fifty girls this weekend competing that won the genetic lottery. Any of one of those fifty could have won and nobody would have batted an eye, the prettiest girl there had a 2% chance of success.

If you don’t have the money compete in Miss America system. They only ask that you fundraise $100 dollars to compete. That is a much more palatable entry fee. Miss America is truly a scholarship program, not an enterprise. They want girls who have talent, they want girls with a resume. If I compete again it will be for their Miss Manhattan title.

I competed for Miss New York USA because I am proud of myself. I am proud of my body. I am proud that I am successfully recovering from sexual assault. I am proud that I have a career. I walked away from this weekend realizing that I am a winner because unlike most girls I have an incredible life waiting on me. My title for the weekend was Miss Wall Street which said it all. I am blessed beyond reason. I love my life, I love my family and friends, and most importantly I love myself just the way I am.

If anything, do it for the photos! I can't wait to get the professional ones.

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Subject: Hi, local titleholder here. Does anyone have any recommendations for what to do when your crown breaks? Long story short, it was knocked around by TSA from my flight yesterday and the base snapped near the little MAO thing on the inside. I have an appearance coming up soon and I would like to wear my crown for it. What should I do?


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Subject: History of Judges


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Date Posted: 22:44:54 11/23/16 Wed

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Subject: I think there was a post on this before. But what is a good way to end with the closing statement. What should the focus be?


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Subject: MAO >> MUO crossovers this year


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Subject: Longest Streaks By State


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Date Posted: 15:55:30 09/21/16 Wed

I'll do some more stats by request.

Longest placement streaks by state:

Alabama- 7 (1950-1956. 1 winner, 1 2RU, 2 3RU, 3 Top 10)
Alaska- 1 (1998. 1 Top 10, the state’s only placement)
Arizona- 3 (1955-1957. 1 RU, 2 Top 10)
Arkansas- 4 (2007-2010 and 2013-2016. 1 winner, 1 1RU, 1 2RU, 1 Top 12, 3 Top 15, 1 Top 16)
California- 11 (1927, 1933, 1935-1943. 2 winners, 3 1RU (Rosemary LaPlanche, who competed in both 1940 where she was 1RU and 1941 where she won), 1 2RU, 2 3RU, 1 4RU, 1 Top 12, 1 Top 15)
Colorado- 4 (1987-1990. 1 1RU, 1 2RU, 1 3RU, 1 Top 10)
Connecticut- 2 (2013 and 2014. 1 Top 16, 1 Top 10)
Delaware- 1 (6 placements by this state in 1940, 1953, 1972, 1976, 2008 and 2010)
DC- 3 (1943-1945. 1 winner, 1 4RU, 1 semifinalist)
Florida- 5 (2011-2015. 2 3RU, 1 Top 10, 1 Top 13, 1 Top 16)
Georgia- 6 (2003-2008. 2 1RU, 1 2RU, 2 Top 10, 1 Top 15)
Hawaii- 4 (1961-1964. 1 2RU, 1 4RU, 2 Top 10)
Idaho- 5 (5 placements by this state in 1931, 1960, 1971, 2014 and 2016)
Illinois- 4 (1939, 1942 and 1943. 1 1RU (As Miss Chicago), 2 Top 10 (1 as Miss Chicago), and 1 Top 15 (As Miss Chicago)
Indiana- 3 (2001-2003 and 2007-2009. 1 winner, 1 1RU, 1 Top 10, 2 Top 15, 1 Top 20)
Iowa- 3 (1990-1992 and 2014-2016. 1 1RU, 1 3RU, 2 Top 10, 2 Top 12)
Kansas- 3 (1994-1996. 1 winner, 2 Top 10)
Kentucky- 4 (1933-1936 and 1982-1985. 1 2RU, 4 Top 10, 2 Top 15 (1 as Miss Blue Grass), 1 Top 18)
Louisiana- 3 (1972-1974. 1 3RU, 14RU, 1 Top 10)
Maine- 2 (1970 and 1971. 1 2RU, 1 4RU)
Maryland- 3 (2001-2003. 1 3RU, 1 4RU, 1 Top 20)
Massachusetts- 2 (1937, 1940, 1955-1956, 1968-1969, 2001-2002. 2 1RU, 1 3RU, 4 Top 10, 1 Top 16)
Michigan- 4 (1939-1942. 1 winner, 2 2RU, 1 Top 15)
Minnesota- 3 (1943-1945. 1 4RU, 1 Top 10, 1 Top 12)
Mississippi- 6 (1980-1985. 1 winner, 3 2RU, 1 3RU, 1 Top 10)
Missouri- 2 (1933, 1935, 1986-1987, 1991-1992. 1 1RU, 1 2RU, 1 4RU, 2 Top 10, 1 Top 18)
Montana- 1 (5 placements by this state in 1940, 1948, 1961, 1994, and 2012)
Nebraska- 2 (1 winner, 1 Top 10)
Nevada- (6 placements by this state in 1950, 1957, 1963, 1971, 1987, 2002)
New Hampshire- (4 placements by this state in 1936, 1951, 1967, 2003)
New Jersey- 2 (1942-1943, 1949-1950, 1993-1994, 1999-2000. 1 2RU, 1 3RU, 4 Top 10, 1 Top 15, 1 Top 16)
New Mexico- (7 placements by this state in 1961, 1964, 1966, 1969, 1974, 1985, 2009)
New York- 5 (2010-2014. 3 winners, 1 2RU, 1 Top 10)
North Carolina- 2 (1937 (one as Miss Charlotte), 1950-1951, 1957-1958, 1960-1961, 1997-1998. 1 winner, 1 1RU, 3 2RU, 1 4RU, 1 Top 10, 2 Top 16)
North Dakota- (4 placements by this state in 1976, 1988, 1997, 2014)
Ohio- 4 (1937-1938. 1 winner, 1 Top 15 (as Miss Cleveland) 2 Top 16 (1 as Miss Cleveland)
Oklahoma- 8 (2009-2016. 1 1RU, 2 2RU, 1 4RU, 2 Top 10, 2 Top 12)
Oregon- 3 (1995-1997. 1 1RU, 1 2RU, 1 Top 10)
Pennsylvania- 4 (1970-1973. 1 2RU, 1 3RU, 2 4RU)
Puerto Rico- No contestant has placed in the semifinals
Rhode Island- (3 placements by this state in 1967, 2003, 2010)
South Carolina- 4 (1951-1954. 1 RU, 3 Top 10)
South Dakota- 2 (1950-1951. 1 1RU, 1 Top 10)
Tennessee- 3 (2007-2009, 2014-2016. 1 2RU, 2 Top 7, 2 Top 10, 1 Top 16)
Texas- 8 (2009-2016. 1 Top 7, 5 Top 10, 1 Top 12, 1 Top 16)
Utah- 2 (1960-1961, 2006-2007. 1 2RU, 2 Top 10, 1 Top 16)
Vermont- No contestant has placed in the semifinals
Virginia- 2 (1936-1937, 1986-1987, 1993-1994, 2010-2011, 2014-2015. 3 1RU, 1 4RU, 2 Top 10, 3 Top 15, 1 Top 16)
Washington- 2 (1933, 1939, 1973-1974, 2006-2007. 2 2RU, 3 Top 10, 1 Top 18)
West Virginia- 2 (1933, 1940, 1946-1947. 2 Top 15, 1 Top 16, 1 Top 18)
Wisconsin- 2 (1972-1973. 1 winner, 1 1RU)
Wyoming- 2 (1947-1948. 1 1RU, 1 Top 15)

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Subject: OFFICIAL TALENT SELECTIONS


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AL -Hayley Barber – Tap dance – “Big Noise from Winnetka” by Bette Midler
AK -Kendall Bautista – Piano – “Tarantella” by Albert Pieczonka
AZ -Katelyn Niemiec – Baton – “Wings”
AR –Savvy Shields – Jazz dance – “They Just Keep Moving the Line” from Smash
CA -Jessa Carmack – Acrobatic dance – “A Little Less Conversation” by Elvis Presley
CO -Shannon Patilla – Vocal – “Something’s Got a Hold on Me”
CT -Alyssa Taglia – Tap dance – “Proud Mary”
DC -Cierra Jackson – Blues Vocal – “Natural Woman”
DE -Amanda Debus – Contemporary dance – “Fight Song”
FL -Courtney Sexton – Contemporary dance – “I Got Love” by Jennifer Hudson
GA -Patricia Ford – Ballet en pointe – “Explosive” by Bond
HI -Allison Chu – Operatic vocal – “O Mio Babbino Caro” from Gianni Schicchi
ID -Kylee Solberg – Ballet en pointe – “Kitri’s Variation - Don Quixote”
IA -Kelly Koch – Ballet en pointe – “Pirates of the Caribbean”
IL -Jaryn Franklin – Vocal – “You Don’t Own Me”
IN -Brianna DeCamp – Tap dance – “Dr Jazz” from Jelly’s Last Jam
KS -Kendall Schoenekase – Vocal – “Ain’t No Sunshine”
KY -Laura Jones – Electric violin – “Smooth Criminal”
LA -Justine Ker – Piano – “Fantasie Impromptu” by Chopin
MA -Alissa Musto – Piano –Bach: “Solfeggietto in C Minor” in classical & jazz variations
ME -Marybeth Noonan – Vocal – “I Got Rhythm”
MD -Hannah Brewer – Vocal – “God Bless America”
MI -Arianna Quan -Piano – " Balakirev's L'ouette (The Lark)" by Mikhail Glinka
MN -Madeline Van Ert – Vocal with Piano – “What a Wonderful World”
MO -Erin O’Flaherty – Vocal – “The Mad Hatter” from Wonderland
MS -Laura Lee Lewis – Vocal – “A Piece of Sky” from Yentl
MT -Lauren Scofield – Piano – “Game of Thrones Theme”
NE -Aleah Peters – Baton – “I Got the Music in Me”
NM -Stephanie Chavez – Vocal – “That’s Life”
NV -Bailey Gumm – Tap dance – “Sax” by Fleur East
NJ -Brenna Weick – Vocal – “Someone Like You” from Jekyll & Hyde
NH -Caroline Carter – Vocal – “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Miserables
NY -Camille Sims – Jazz Vocal (English and Spanish) – “Sway”
NC -Mckenzie Faggart – Lyrical dance – “Rise Up”
ND -Macy Christianson – Ballet en pointe – “Skyfall”
OH -Alice Magoto – Vocal – “Astonishing” from Little Women
OK -Sarah Klein – Piano – "Horowitz’s Carmen Fantasy Variations”
OR -Alexis Mather – Operatic vocal – “Der Hölle Rache (Queen of the Night)” from The Magic Flute
PA -Samantha Lambert – Acrobatic dance – “Game of Shadows”
PR -Carole Rigual – Monologue - “Crossroads”
RI -Shruti Nagarajan – Bollywood fusion dance – “Maranji”
SC -Rachel Wyatt – Jazz dance – “Something in the Water” by Carrie Underwood
SD -Julia Olson – Operatic vocal – “Quando M’en Vo (Musetta’s Waltz)” from La Boheme
TN -Grace Burgess – Vocal – “Desperado”
TX -Caroline Carothers – Baton – “Hot Honey Rag” from Chicago
UT -Lauren Wilson – Contemporary dance – “Libertango” by Bond
VT -Rylee Field – Spoken Word Poetry – “Say Yes” by Andrea Gibson
VA -Michaela Sigmon – Tap dance – “Baby, I’m a Star”
WA -Alicia Cooper – Tap dance – “Let’s Get Loud”
WV -Morgan Breeden – Original piano composition – “From Hurt to Hope”
WI -Courtney Pelot – Jazz dance – “Burnin’ Up” By Jessie J
WY -Jordyn Hall – Jazz dance – “Can’t Stop the Music” by Justin Timberlake

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Subject: My photos from Miss America (parade, pageant and toe dip)


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Date Posted: 19:52:29 09/13/16 Tue

I was in Atlantic City this past weekend to cover the Miss America pageant as press. I got into town for the

Show Us Your Shoes parade
https://www.flickr.com/photos/mrstinkhead/albums/72157672498343340

the main Pageant and then the Toe Dip
https://www.flickr.com/photos/mrstinkhead/albums/72157672676872481

This is my fifth time covering Miss America. I also shoot the Miss District of Columbia pageant.

I wanted to share my photos with you, hopefully there's a viewpoint unique to the other photos you've seen. I'm happy to try and answer any questions you may have also.

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Subject: Any records broken for any states this year? Did any contestant advance more than any previous contestants in their state?


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Subject: Had been searching for this Gem for a while now. Here's SUSAN AKIN on the Late Show after she won Miss America!


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Date Posted: 23:50:53 09/10/16 Sat

Her Segment starts at about 15:00

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Sh05kplpeY

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