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SOUTH CAROLINA MAO - PLEASE NO BANNERS - NO BANNERS

Subject: Rigged


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Date Posted: Sunday, November 10, 12:22:02am

Rigged.....

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Subject: Miss Clemson


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Date Posted: Monday, November 11, 12:03:38pm

Fantastic job on putting in a wonderful pageant Saturday night. Best of luck to the beautiful ladies .

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Subject: Clemson/Georgetown


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Date Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 04:37:17pm

Not sure who is doing it maybe Lauren Long, Sarah Hamrick,or Brooke Vu.

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Subject: Clemson/Georgetown


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Date Posted: Sunday, November 03, 07:29:37pm

When are they releasing the contestants and judges? Or are they......

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Subject: No evening gowns ?????


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Date Posted: Sunday, October 13, 08:33:35pm

Definitely no evening gowns at MA ?.. only interview and talent ?????

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Subject: Scoring


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Date Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 09:10:23pm

Does anyone know the scoring percentages for all the prelims this year?

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Subject: Teens Returning


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Date Posted: Wednesday, October 23, 09:44:19am

What teens would you like the see compete in prelims again this year? Seen some returnering teens last week in Greater Greer.

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Subject: Pageants


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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 22, 06:26:10pm

Who is doing Clemson?.. Georgetown?.

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Subject: There are girls who still want the opportunity to be Miss SC and Miss SC Teen but all of the negativity and unfair practices on all levels make that hard


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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 22, 04:16:42pm

Where are the alternatives for the girls who don't want to be Miss USA but still want to participate in pageants with talent, interview and purpose?

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Subject: Returnerd


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Date Posted: Wednesday, October 09, 09:26:59pm

Who do you want to return this year?

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Subject: Prelims


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Date Posted: Tuesday, October 15, 01:05:48pm

Anyone know who is doing Greater Greer this weekend?

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Subject: She will NOT make it pass prelims!


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Date Posted: Monday, July 15, 10:09:42pm


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Subject: Locals


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Date Posted: Friday, September 27, 07:24:23pm

Hope the locals have great turnouts . Who's competing?

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Subject: Move on...


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 02, 05:13:39pm

It’s over and done with the scores are in. As much as y’all bash our new Miss SC at the end of the day she’s still out states new Miss SC. Honestly there was no just absolutely amazing talents. The opera singer was probably the only good talent out of the group this year. They weren’t going to send Murphy she sounds ghetto and has done nothing great in school or community. They weren’t going to crown Morgan R. she smart but looks very submissive and pretty sure I saw all her junk in that dress.

As far as the miss clemson board not the biggest fan of them but I will say they support and eat and breath their girls. They also came up to me and congratulated my girl on winning a preliminary. I also sat (kinda) near them and saw them cheering for a lot of the girls. Were they obnoxious when cheering for their girls...definitely!!

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Subject: New Board members. Are these additions for expansion or did people recently resign and these are replacements. Does anyone know?


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Date Posted: Monday, September 09, 11:16:42pm


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Subject: There was a lot of publicity for the last Miss SC competition because of the large amounts of scholarships awarded. What scholarship values will be awarded for the next Miss SC pageant?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, August 21, 09:08:48pm


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Subject: Swimsuit 2019 ? Walking in a Winter Wonderland could this be the Theme


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Date Posted: Friday, August 16, 12:16:27am

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Subject: At the end of the day it was politicking! The top 10 had nothing to do with how gracefully they answered the questions. I personally believe because it was televised, MSC (not judges) didn't allow certain talents to advance to top 10 because they could of NEVER justify last night out come. It's very sad that young ladies are told that the best would advance but in actuality their only there as a larger scheme to advance secret hidden agendas. This was not the judges decisions I'm more certain now than ever. How people rest at night I am uncertain!


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 08:34:10am


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Subject: Getting tired of this mess - lets change the subject.!


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 25, 10:02:30pm

This year's pageant is over & done with. Lets stop the bashing. Nothing will be done to MSCO. So everyone needs to get behind Morgan. Who would you like to see come back next year. I will start. I want to see Morgan Romano, Sarah Floyd, Morgan Elvis, Emily Shultz, Savannah Harvey, Brianna Horrell, Sara Hamrick, & CJ McDermott come back. I think Morgan Romano will the the one to beat. I think her interview will be one of the best and we know she can rock that evening gown. I think the top talent next year will be between Sarah Floyd & Emily Shultz. Both are amazing singers. Come on everyone, lets change it up and get back to getting excited about the pageant again.

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Subject: Kellan’s Success


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Date Posted: Friday, July 26, 12:30:57am

Kellan has done amazing at MAOT so far this week! For those of you who haven’t seen she won the Academic Award which is included in the teen score, is in the top 6 for Teens in Action (which is their Quality of Life award) which she had a separate interview for and will be announced later this week, top 5 for CMNH, second place for ad sales, and has performed so well! She did amazing in talent, evening gown, and fitness, and has really shined and made us proud. SC was also recognized for having the highest CMNH fundraising this year for our teen contestants! Good luck to Kellan during finals as she represents us so well!

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Subject: Davia doing Clemson/Golden Corner USA this weekend!


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 23, 08:30:55pm

Go Davia we love you!!!!

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Subject: Miss America will he held December 19, 2019 from Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut... Which is ironic because the Miss Universe will be held that day also.


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 23, 02:24:34pm


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Subject: Re: Correct candidates are told to even have a shot at the crown they need to sale at LEAST 9 ad pages. Which is an irony in it self, because many need sponsors to help with the over the top cost with pageant feeds and expenses! Believe it or not many do need the scholarship money verses majority of the top 5 having not a care in the world but a social status. So, these girls never get to use the money and it STAYS within the MSCO.


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Date Posted: Monday, July 22, 01:26:14pm


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Subject: shook


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No wonder why the auditorium was half empty (Totally shocked)
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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 12:38:57am

Chaz should be crying himself to sleep at night knowing that he is going to have to listen to the worst talent on stage for an entire year. S.C. will be a joke in the Miss America pageant unless she changes her talent. Bongos might be a better option. I am totally shook. Was there a “Self” donation to the organization??

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Subject: Re: then they should of held a pageant for beautiful and academically intelligence only or just opened the job of Miss South Carolina to interview these type of candidates! Then the end may some how justify the means. And give the other talented, beautiful, and intellectual girls option to compete in another type of pageant. Bottom line is talent is still 50% during preliminaries and there's no way the winner beat out other girls to make it to top 16!


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Date Posted: Friday, July 19, 02:17:05pm


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Subject: I agree. If you don't think the results was fair, then do something besides commenting on this board and finding out what the MA Voy board is saying.


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 18, 06:37:48pm


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Subject: VP, Chairman of the Board, Former Executive Director and families are enjoying a vacation in Belize and you wonder???


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Date Posted: Monday, July 08, 06:51:23pm


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Subject: Miss SC organization getinng ttorn apart on Miss A voy board.


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Date Posted: Monday, July 15, 08:28:58pm


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Subject: This was intended for the poster comment below under July 16. Click in to view comment under July 16, again it's lengthy but makes sense.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 09:48:53am


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Subject: I agree! See response to this poster, kind of lengthy but some truth!


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 17, 09:38:28am


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Subject: Morgan Nichols was a standout in her speaking ability. She also looked very beautiful. I thought her song choice was off even if her voice had been perfect. Though she missed some notes, she hit others perfectly. As a person who can't sing, I wouldn't have been able to hit any of them. Because her voice has power, her pitch problems can be corrected. I can see why Morgan was chosen. Be careful of pointing fingers and assuming conspiracy where there is none.


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 04, 12:02:53pm


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Subject: Here's a link to a petition if you are wanting more transparency: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TTQQ8SC


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Date Posted: Monday, July 08, 10:59:21am


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Subject: My problem isn't with the winner it's with........


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Date Posted: Monday, July 01, 09:01:33am

Do I think she should have won? No I don't but what's done is done. She has the crown, let's move on and support her. HOWEVER, my problem is with the Miss Clemson committee!!! I watched them all week and they disgust me. They ALL walk around so high and mighty and are nothing but a bunch of bullies! They don't even try to hide it either, I watched their faces as contestants other than theirs walked across the stage they were nasty and rude. I wish someone could knock them off their high horse.

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Subject: As someone who has never been a fan of the MSCO because of all the questionable things they’ve done over the years and didn’t watch the pageant this year Morgan is beautiful and seems well spoken . Is there anywhere I can watch her talent to see if it is as bad as everyone has made it seem? Keep in mind someone won MA playing cups while singing off tune barefoot


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 04, 06:09:52pm


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Subject: I would like to know how you would know that? Based upon their talent, they would of had to receive a perfect score from ALL judges in those two areas and every well rounded candidates that performed on stage, with a strong talent would of had to score very low in those two to justify what you're saying.


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 04, 10:19:59pm


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Subject: Big things!!


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 02, 06:53:37pm

Day 3 of our Miss SC being crowned and she’s already meeting with the governor of our stare. Seems to me she’s going to do great. Let’s come together and support her besides bashing her!

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Subject: Those men never touched the "pageant mom" . She needed to be escorted out because her behavior was rude and disrespectful to the contestants and their families, especially to the two winners who were being honored. She should have taken her grievances to the Miss SC board. Since when is it okay to publicly tear down other people and make a spectacle of yourself?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 03, 02:52:05pm


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Subject: Seeing posts about something that happened at Press Conference and formers and others apparently posting about the winner. What’s the scoop?


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 08:55:22pm


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Subject: Caite Upton, Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2007 would like to thank the current Miss SC and her “talent” for now making her the 2nd most embarrassing moment in SC pageant history.


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 02, 12:08:54am


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Subject: LMAO


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Date Posted: Monday, July 01, 11:29:19am


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Subject: Miss SC’s talent? $60,000 Miss SCs talent helping other states win Miss America? PRICELESS


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 02, 12:01:08am


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Subject: I believe I have figured out what happened last night-Results were read out backward.Happened one year at teen and now at Miss


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 02:36:50pm


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Subject: Contestants


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 03:00:35pm

Sydney Sill would have put all these contestants to shame

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Subject: Long time pageant fan.. Click in...


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Date Posted: Monday, July 01, 11:02:11am

Morgan is very very MAO 2.0 - one of the big problems up front is the way MAO markets the competition, and the other is what people interpret from that. When they say “talent is 50%” some people stop listening and paying attention to what’s really going on. I wish MAO would STOP with the percentages, because if you watched Miss America in September, it was obvious that talent was not a primary factor. It can be used as a differentiator, but as we can see, not always.
Some girls and their families have put THOUSANDs of dollars into a talent, going as far as to get college degrees in the field, only to be beaten by a girl with a last minute dredged up talent. They don’t get it because that’s their perspective. They feel cheated, but that’s on them.
MAO 2.0 is about social change. Body positivity. The underdog changing the world. The woman set out to cure cancer. The girl aspiring to be president. If you are pretty, or blonde, or naturally thin, welcome to the new handicap. You BETTER have a plan to save the world, beat the odds, raise money for the children, etc. or you.won’t.win. And Don’t think because you just showed up with a great talent, or natural hair, or you’re winning the sympathy vote that THAT is all you need. You better be the “new” complete package, it’s NOT a pageant anymore and you either approach it traditionally and get frustrated, or get a new plan and become competitive.

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Subject: Ya'll Are Sick Puppies


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Date Posted: Monday, July 01, 11:25:30am

So sad to see a once proud state and organization going down the toilet. I thought other states were full of vipers but I see now that they all roost here. So mean and nasty and she hasn't even had the crown 48 hours. Pitiful attitudes. Shame on ALL of you.

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Subject: Inman Teen


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 02:50:09pm

Any thoughts on her behavior lastnight?

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Subject: Preliminary Night Talent


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Date Posted: Monday, July 01, 01:30:24am

Just wondering... Was Miss Clemson's talent performance was any better on Wednesday night during preliminaries?

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Subject: Everyone is entitled their opinion but...


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 08:03:21pm

Everyone is entitled to their opinion but Morgan N. is a human with feelings and hiding behind social media bashing our new Miss South Carolina is just sad. Besides bashing her let’s congratulate and watch God work in her. She’s going to do great things for South Carolina and the organization.

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Subject: What should have happened


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 02:08:59am

Both the Miss and Teen pageants missed their marks for 2019. Sadly they were off by one person both nights. Ironic if you ask me. The dream team for Miss SC/ Teen would have been Morgan Romano and Julia Herrin. These two ladies would have excelled at Miss America/ MAOT and done our state proud. Sad to say for the first time in a long time I will not be looking forward to watching Miss America out of embarrassment for our state. Miss Clemson is well spoken, but somebody needs to teach her how to dance before Miss America because singing isn’t going to get her far. Her title is a representation of South Carolina and the judges should be ashamed.

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Subject: This is just sad for our state. She can never be asked to sing for a public appearance. The sponsors and people who ask her for appearances need to be warned. And she might as well not even travel to wherever the national pageant is going to be held. Just go on back to school and start spending your $60,000


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 05:55:04am


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Subject: I heard the Culpeppers are quitting, is that true?


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Date Posted: Friday, June 28, 09:15:25pm

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Subject: Just wondering


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 08:29:12am

Congrats to Miss Clemson. I watched her during prelims and her talents(outfit and actions) changed completely on finals night. How is that allowed?

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Subject: Talent Online


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 01:02:42am

Has anyone posted our new Miss South Carolina's talent online? I still can't believe it.

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Subject: Final ballot


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 30, 09:09:37am

Will someone please explain to me what final ballot is?

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Subject: Miss SC tonight!!! Who else is excited?!!! Tell us who you are rooting for tonight!!!!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 07:57:47am


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Subject: SHE CAN’T SING!!!!!! What just happened???? Why???


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 10:46:02pm


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Subject: Morgan Romano


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 11:43:50pm

Did y’all see her face ! I’m glad she didn’t win ! You can see right thru her

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Subject: We will do nothing at Miss America - the girl CAN NOT sing!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 10:47:34pm


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Subject: A joke


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 11:35:40pm

what is talen5?!?!

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Subject: Really Mikeya Murphy not making top 10!??! Someone is politicking!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 10:07:17pm


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Subject: Predictions for tonight!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 07:59:57pm

Miss predictions for Saturday night
SC Fashion Week
Spartanburg
Greenville County
Lowcountry
Myrtle Beach
Hartsville
Capital City
Greater Easley
Charleston Southern University
Clemson
Gamecock
Five Rivers
Greenville Scottish Games
Columbia
Greater Greer
BUBBLES
Upstate
Inman
Lexington
Richland County

TOP TEN MISS
SC Fashion Week
Spartanburg
Greenville County
Lowcountry
Hartsville
Capital City
Clemson
Greenville Scottish Games
Columbia
Greater Greer
BUBBLES
Gamecock
Five Rivers
Greater Easley

TOP FIVE MISS
SC Fashion Week
Capital City
Greenville Scottish Games
Columbia
Greater Greer
BUBBLE
Clemson
Hartsville
Low Country

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Subject: I know they are nervous, but this is embarrassing.


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 09:10:16pm


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Subject: Erin


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 08:30:28pm

Her eyes look like she’s been drinking again

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Subject: Why???? Get to the competition!!! Everyone has changed the channel at this point!!!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 08:17:36pm


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Subject: New contestant


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 07:14:09pm

How do y’all feel about the painter in the Miss? Garden city I think

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Subject: Do we still use the top 5 ballot in SC?


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 05:17:15pm


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Subject: Julia was robbed


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 10:38:24am

Julia’s performance last night should have earned her the crown. Kellan is adorable but Julia is so much more well-spoken and would have represented us better at MAO Teen. Julia’s answers and talent were superb.

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Subject: How did that happen?


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Date Posted: Friday, June 28, 10:00:46pm

Like what just happened.... she fell and didn’t answer either question great...
some of the other candidates did better

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Subject: Is there no longer a Gala after teen finals? Looked like they were just celebrating in the green room.


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 29, 10:12:31am


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Subject: What has happened to talent this year?? This year has the worst talent ever!!


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 27, 09:30:56pm


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Subject: Predictions


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 27, 10:25:10pm

Predictions
Teen evening gown
Tie for me between Clarendon Teen and Greater Greer
Teen Talent
Georgetown County Teen julia

Miss Talent
Ali Bradley (Kendall Pennington a close second)
Miss Evening gown
Tori Sizemore

Shoutout to Miss Clemson who really shinned during on stage interview

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Subject: Tori Sizemore


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 27, 09:12:35pm

I think she could win it all!!!!!!!! Thoughts?

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Subject: Lost the Edge


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Date Posted: Friday, June 28, 12:59:21pm

Sadly, I think the Miss SC pageant is losing its "edge." Just not cutting it this year.

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Subject: Prediction for Miss SC


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 10:49:40pm

I predict it will be either Morgan Romano, Mikeya Murphy or Sarah Floyd.

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Subject: Teen Predictions for tonight!!


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Date Posted: Friday, June 28, 09:39:19am

Predictions for Teen tonight
TOP 15 TEEN
Columbia
Georgetown County
Horry County
Capital City
River City
Greer High School
Spartanburg
Low Country
SC Fashion Week
Yellow Jasmine
Newberry
Clarendon
Woodmont High School
Greater Greer
Clemson
5 on BUBBLES
Loris Bogg Off
Greenwave
Upstate
Greenville County
Greenville Scottish Games

TOP TEN TEEN
Columbia Teen
Georgetown County Teen
Greer High School Teen
Spartanburg Teen
Lowcountry Teen
SC Fashion Week
Yellow Jasmine
Clarendon Teen
Greater Greer Teen
BUBBLES
Clemson
Newberry

TOP FIVE TEEN (no particular order)
Spartanburg
SC Fashion Week
Greater Greer
Georgetown
Columbia
BUBBLE
Clarendon
Low Country

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Subject: Makeup Artist Available


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Date Posted: Friday, June 28, 04:37:19pm

If any of the contestants are still on need of a professional makeup artist, I am in Columbia and I am available for makeup services for the pageant.

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Subject: Thursday Prelims


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 27, 11:32:05pm

I had Miss evening gown between Tori Sizemore & Carson King and Teen evening gown between Greater Greer & Clemson.Thoughts???

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Subject: Can we get a REAL emcee next year and go back to ONE GOOD person asking the girls questions??


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Subject: Newcomers!!!!


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 11:38:46am

Have you seen Miss North Charleston - Leah Hervieux. She’s new, STRONG platform... thoughts? Top 15?

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Subject: Predictions for tonight


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 10:26:20pm

Predictions

Teen talent winner - greater Greer
Teen evening gown - SC Fashion Week

Miss Talent - Columbia
Miss evening gown - SC Fashion Week

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Subject: why did Orangeburg teen go twice in OSQ


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Why did Orangeburg teen just go again for onstage question?!?!?

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Subject: Thoughts on how they changed up evening gown for Miss. 1. I love they did away with the runway. 2. Really love the recordings played during their walks. Thanks for a great change up! Now let’s change up OSQ for Miss. I don’t hate it but sometimes it seems awkward.


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Subject: Who are top CMN money raisers this year ? Teen and Miss


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Subject: Predictions for Miss top15, top 10, top 5 and winner! Just for fun!


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Date Posted: Tuesday, March 19, 10:43:53am

Top 15
Ali Bradley
MiKeya Murphy
Sarah Hamrick
Sarah Floyd
Eliza Moore
Morgan Nichols
Tori Sizemore
Morgan Romano
Morgan Elvis
Kendyl Pennington
Carson King
Lauren Long
Emily Schultz
Abigail Albritton
Catie Rawl

Top ten
Ali Bradley
Mikeya Murphyu
Sarah Hamrick
Sara Floyd
Morgan Nichols
Tori Sizemore
Morgan Romano
Morgan Elvis
Kendyl Pennington
Eliza Moore

Top Five
Ali Bradley – 4th Runner Up
Sarah Hamrick – Second Runner Up
Sarah Floyd - Winner
Morgan Romano – First Runner Up
Tori Sizemore – 3rd Runner Up

Predict overall talent winner to be Sarah Floyd and Overall Onstage Interview to be Sarah Hamrick

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Subject: Who are some of the best in talent?


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Subject: Joy


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Date Posted: Sunday, June 16, 05:21:13pm

Fellow Palmetto-ians.....this is a most magical time of our year. We salute our current reining Miss SC, you have made us so proud my dear. And we all turn our attention to this year's sisterhood of beauty to see who will become our next Miss SC. I shall watch our current titleholder take her final bows and then moment later will shed tears of joy along with our new monarch as the sparkling crown is placed atop her head. Let us unite as we bid farewell to one who has served us well and faithfully and pledge with our most solemn vow to support and lift up our new Miss SC. From the upcountry to the low country and every place in between let us in one voice pay tribute to our current Miss SC and let nothing but sweet pearls of praise fall from our lips when we reverently say the name of the young lady who will grace us with her beauty, grace and charm in the coming year.

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Subject: What is Morgan Nichols' talent? Is it strong?


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Subject: Most of the videos of the girls are up on YouTube. Search for MissSouthCarolinaOrg. I noticed that a few haven't been posted.


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Subject: My prediction for Miss SC -Tori Sizemore


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Subject: Gtetchen Has Stepped Down


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Gretchen has quit

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Subject: Now What


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Date Posted: Monday, May 20, 04:54:16pm

So after this weekend what happens next? Why do we keep shooting ourselves in the foot?

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Subject: When will the girls' introductions be on YouTube?


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Subject: Still On?


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Is the pageant still on with the roof issues going on?

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Subject: Head Shots


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Date Posted: Monday, May 13, 03:28:19pm

The head shots are up and aren't they pretty.Can't wait to watch this years competition!

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Subject: okay I'll play just for fun


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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 08:26:55pm

Top 15
Ali Bradley
MiKeya Murphy
Sarah Hamrick
Sarah Floyd
Eliza Moore
Morgan Nichols
Tori Sizemore
Morgan Romano
Morgan Elvis
Kendyl Pennington
Carson King
Lauren Long
Emily Schultz
Abigail Albritton
Brook Vu

Top ten
Ali Bradley
Mikeya Murphy
Sarah Hamrick
Sara Floyd
Morgan Nichols
Tori Sizemore
Emily Schultz
Morgan Romano
Morgan Elvis
Kendyl Pennington

Top Five
Emily Schultz – 4th Runner Up
Sarah Hamrick – Second Runner Up
Sarah Floyd - 1st runner up
Morgan Romano – winner
Ali Bradley – 3rd Runner Up

Predict overall talent winner to be Emily Schultz and Overall Onstage Interview to be Ali Bradley

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Subject: Prelims


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Date Posted: Monday, May 06, 06:58:07am

I know there is a talent prelim winner.... what is the other prelim for Miss since there isn't a life style and fitness award?

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Subject: Sarah Floyd, Tori Sizemore, Morgan Nichols, Morgan Romano, Ali Bradley


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Subject: Why does greenville fashion week seem like fashion month?


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Subject: Teen Top 15, 10 and 5... Any predictions?


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Teen Top 15, 10 and 5... Any predictions? Or too many newbies to tell?

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Subject: In a way it seems fair and in a way it doesn't. I have witnessed over the years, that girls have been coached how to perform for pageants, with the right talent costumes, impeccable resumes, to expensive gowns, flawless headshots etc... and they may have scored extremely high to win, but they are shy/or not people friendly. Because when you're one on one with them, they're not approachable at all....just spent a lot amount of money to win. So, if judges are looking beyond some of that and sees one girl maybe more genuine and or more qualified than another, in spite of the scoring, who may not have the means/or privileged as others deserves to win.


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Subject: Still a little confused: Could someone explain the composite scores and the top five final ballot?


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Subject: Prelim Nights: Interview 20%, OSI 15%, EW 15%, Talent 50%. Final Night: 25% of Prelim Composite scores carries over to final night; then OSI 25% EW 20% Talent 30%


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Subject: test


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Date Posted: Friday, April 05, 10:42:47am

testing

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Subject: 1st Runner Up Makes Difference


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Date Posted: Thursday, April 04, 09:38:05pm

First runner up to Miss SC, Sydney Ford, started petition to create QR code for Uber and Lyft in response to the death of Samantha Josephson. BuzzFeed News and Business Insider have already covered the story. Link to articles and petition below.

Petition: https://www.change.org/p/get-qr-codes-for-uber-lyft-drivers

Buzzfeed: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/juliareinstein/samantha-josephson-funeral-family-uber-lyft-safety?utm_source=dynamic&utm_campaign=bfsharefacebook&ref=mobile_share&fbclid=IwAR1kk3czirYDf37hpjRv-ycz4KR4Rm3I7HcPoz7hRk3t8BEKwH2W7JC9udk

Business Insider: https://www.businessinsider.com/uber-lyft-qr-codes-2019-4?fbclid=IwAR2mKQmkA56Hfh1uDcl49zhiIWQZKjYIlVhk5S4Pss1amk_eMroG37BXbrY

WISTV: http://www.wistv.com/2019/04/04/former-classmate-samantha-josephson-starts-online-petition-says-no-one-is-blame-except-her-accused-killer/?fbclid=IwAR1iFA4oPXfDV3aNX8U5Ndj5PsBkQeSK9kdb6jUo8OEqsfKeZhUEPYdOZYA

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Subject: Does anyone know who is competing at the forum sweeps pageant?


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Subject: Are they doing swimsuit or lifestyle and fitness category for Miss?


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Subject: Kellye Cash


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Date Posted: Wednesday, March 06, 08:48:41am

Former Miss America Kellye Cash from TN is very ill. Please keep her and her family in your prayers.

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Subject: Miss GA


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Ya'll seen Miss GA's post?

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Subject: Top 15


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Date Posted: Thursday, March 07, 07:00:56am

I know they haven't even competed. It is fun just to see who people think are the top 15 teen and Miss.

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Subject: Can anyone say “ Crown Chaser”?


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Date Posted: Monday, March 04, 10:43:39pm


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Subject: Things just got interesting...


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Date Posted: Sunday, February 17, 11:36:13pm

A former Miss SC USA crowned tonight and last weekend a former Miss SC Teen....two more pageants left.. what other surprises will we see?

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Subject: Candidates


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Date Posted: Monday, March 04, 10:21:21am

I thought all the young ladies looked beautiful. I am glad I'm not judging.

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Subject: Top runners


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Date Posted: Monday, February 11, 06:36:43am

Okay only a handful of locals left. Who are the favorites?

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Subject: Soft porn equals bad choices


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Date Posted: Monday, February 11, 09:33:35pm

Yes our Miss South Carolina princess director was in a soft porn movie called nndb #1 cheerleader camp. we all make bad choices right but she made several questionable movies. our Princess program director was also in a series of short films called Zack and the bikini babes in which a boy and several girls -one of them which is our Princess program director- ran around on the beach in bathing suits giving oral sex to corn dogs. This does not even include the rumors of topless dancing in Las Vegas. If I could post pictures on this website I would. Is this really what we want our little girls to Aspire to be¿

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Subject: What are the costs for each contestant to compete in local pageants? What are the costs for each local titleholder to compete at the state pageant?


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Subject: Miss Woodruff resigns


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Date Posted: Sunday, February 03, 10:31:16pm

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Subject: NNDB #1 Cheerleader Camp


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You must use nndb # 1 cheerleader camp. When you get to the cast members check under squirrel cheerleaders. You must put the nndb with the # one cheerleader

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Subject: Returners


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Date Posted: Tuesday, February 19, 02:31:18pm

Who are all the returners that will be competing this year? 3 were just crowned this weekend, Capital City, Hartsville, and Chesnee.

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Subject: How many Locals are left?


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Subject: front runners


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Date Posted: Sunday, February 17, 07:42:06pm

Still a few more pageants to go. Thoughts on the front runners to this point?

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Subject: Am I reading it right that 3 out of 4 teens will receive a crown at Columbia, Capital City, and Hartsville?


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Subject: NNDB #1 Cheerleader Camp


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Date Posted: Monday, February 11, 05:20:26pm

NNDB #1 Cheerleader Camp
Check out the cast list... is this really who we as parents want our children to be involved with in The Princess program! Our kids deserve some one with better morals than a dumpster cat on a Saturday night. If that's not bad enough there's plenty more.. Zach and the bikini babes?

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Subject: Welcome to Miss America 2.0


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So yesterday I went onto the Miss America voy board. I posted a critical (but civil) comment on the leadership. Went back to it today and I have been banned! So much for free speech in Regina and Gretchen's world!!!

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Subject: Who are some Teens and Miss you would like to see return that would have a shot at the crown?


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Date Posted: Saturday, October 13, 12:36:26pm


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Subject: These are some of the Miss that has not aged out that I love to see return: Mikeya Murphy, Sydney Sill, Sydney Ford, Alexander Badgett, Allie Bradley, Sarah Floyd, Morgan Romano, Brooklyn Garrett, Jada Samuel, Morgan Elvis, Ansley Seay


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Subject: Greenville fashion week


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What is the difference in the Greenville Fashion Week Lindsey Mayer is doing and the Greenville fashion week Megan Garner does????,,

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Subject: Miss North Carolina on the Bachelor. Is she nice?


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Subject: SC is another state, like TN, that does not need MAO


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Subject: Can you compete more than once at the national level?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, January 30, 03:18:08am

I was explaining the pageant system and got asked an interesting question and now I’m genuinely curious.
can you win a state title, go on to compete at Miss America, lose, win a different state title and compete for Miss A again?? I know somewhere it’s stated “a contestant can only compete once a year” or something like that

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visit site : http://www.dewapokercapsa.net
visit site : http://www.dewapoker2018.net
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Subject: Prelims


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Date Posted: Monday, January 14, 11:56:51am

How are prelims looking? Returners? Newcomers?

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Subject: Just saw this on facebook


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Your new Miss South Carolina. ....Miss Pageland Chelsea Chesser crowned in Charlotte NC today

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Subject: Contestants


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More contestants are added......so thankful CMN will benefit. This is truly a wonderful organization.

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Subject: Miss SC & Miss SC Teen 2019


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Who are the contenders for this year?

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Subject: No more Miss SC....Gretchen’s ending state and local pageants on October 1


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Subject: Miss CSU!!


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The new Miss CSU 2019 is Emily Schultz! So excited for her!

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Subject: Rest in Peace David Pearson


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https://www.goupstate.com/sports/20181112/david-pearson-nascars-silver-fox-dies-at-83

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Subject: First local titleholders crowned (Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Raganlynn Dennis and Miss Loris Bog-Off Festival Teen Sarah Carroll). Does anyone know how many other girls competed this weekend and who?


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Subject: Miss SC in Atlantic City


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Subject: Observations From Atlantic City


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Date Posted: Tuesday, September 18, 01:33:22pm

I went to the MAO "competition". Arrived Friday evening. Except for a few signs on the boardwalk, you would have never known the MAO event was taking place. Usually the hotels have signs in their lobbies, there are signs on street light posts....whoever at MAO who is a liaison to Atlantic City must have pissed them off. Atlantic City hardly acted like we existed.

The parade was excellent. Well-run and organized and good pacing. No deadly dull gaps. Ran like clock-work. Kudos on that.

Sunday evening. The crowd in Convention Hall was flat. The "warm-up/get the crowd excited" guy was horrible. The two hosts were a disaster. No chemistry with the crowd or one another. We couldn't hear their names when they were announced and so everyone in the audience is going "who?" They were absolutely dreadful. Crowd size was down from previous years. Stage looked better "in person" than it did on-line but not having a runway was horrible. The new Miss America just wandered back and forth across the stage. Not having the Bert Parks recording of "There She Is" was a disgrace. Lots of booing when it was mentioned that there was no swimsuit competition this year. I actually thought the event was better without the cheesy "entertainment acts." The way Cara was treated on Sunday evening was a total disgrace. Don't know how it came across on TV but when she appeared (finally) she got a LOUD and SUSTAINED ovation from the crowd.

They had the Miss America "gift shop" set up in the lobby of Convention Hall. I have seen elementary school bake sales look more professional. The same old tired stuff scattered on tables and if anyone bought anything (which few were doing) the item had to be rummaged for in tacky cardboard boxes behind the table. It was an embarrassment. Overpriced crap....$15 for a crown-shaped cookie cutter that did not look strong/sturdy enough to cut dough.

It was a rainy dreary weekend weather-wise and there just wasn't a lot of enthusiasm anywhere. Usually the boardwalk is FULL of people wearing t-shirts/buttons in support of their state queen, but not a lot of that. The Miss Ohio fans seemed to have that cornered. Saw NOTHING in support of Miss SC. No shirts, no buttons, no signs. Zilch.

I thought it was a strong final five and that in itself should have generated some enthusiasm among the crowd, but it was ho-hum.

I spoke with several folks who all said they really hoped their state queen came home to serve as Miss Whatever instead of being Miss America.

I have been going to the MA Pageant for well over 20 years except during the Las Vegas debacles. Have always enjoyed it and had a blast. This year was off. No enthusiasm at any level. No visible identity that the pageant (er sorry, competition) was even taking place. It was like returning to a place you vacationed at years ago and you loved it, and then you went back and everything had been painted beige and the lights turned down.

I wish the new Miss America all the best.
I am very sad about a program that I once so strongly supported and looked forward to being a part of. These coming months will tell us a lot if this is a permanent slide downward or an unfortunate blip.

But all in all, this year's pageant (er, competition) experience was a complete downer.

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Subject: MAO Leadership Change Fund


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https://www.gofundme.com/mao-leadership-changefund?member=805986

Purpose: Primarily to raise funds for legal action and secondarily for public relations services in an effort to correct the governance issues facing the Miss America Organization.

We commit that the new leadership we seek will:

---Bring together stakeholder groups as real and permanent partners in order to continue the progress and sustainability of the Miss America brand and values. These stakeholder groups include the Miss America Sisterhood, State Delegations (inclusive of Local volunteers) and MASTA.
---Commit to creating and streamlining the governance structure so that a transparent governing model integrates good governing practices in an integrated model from local to state to the national level.
---Review and amend all documentation and contracts, striking any and all language that determines involvement by individuals or licensees can be amended “with or without cause”, this includes contestants, State delegations and of course Miss America.
---Embrace changes needed to engage growth among participants as well as educational partners and sponsors but not at the expense of stakeholders and the integrity of the organization.
---Market the cause-oriented young women of the organization who are achieving educational and career successes while also delivering community impact.
---Strive to create a nationally televised event and uphold the existing rules that all contestants and state licensees are aware of the competition elements at least 60 days prior to competition.
---Commit to not only providing an avenue for participants to showcase talent and communication skills during competitions at every level, but also style and physical fitness.
---Leverage any unused funds raised to support the goals and commitments as stated above. If for any reason, these goals cannot be met under the current Miss America Organization, these funds will go towards a new organization that will still maintain all of the guarantees as previously stated.

There is no more time to waste. We need to preserve this beloved organization while facilitating a fair and transparent transition that will bring credible leadership to secure the success of the Miss America Organization. Please consider a donation and help us exceed our goal. Together we can save Miss America.

Thank you!

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Subject: What locals typically get the most girls / the most competitive girls? Which locals offer their winners the most support as far as sponsorships and prep?


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Subject: What is Miss SC pageant history?


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Subject: Who are some Teens and Miss you would like to see return that would have a shot at the crown?


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Subject: Locals


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Date Posted: Sunday, September 16, 07:10:32pm

When are the upcoming locals for Miss SC? Nothing is posted on the website.

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Subject: “Papa” Joe Sanders passed away last night.


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Subject: Dear Ashley


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Date Posted: Sunday, August 26, 11:24:56am

Isn't of complaining of how difficult is has been for you, could you please SPEAK OUT and tell everyone what is going on inside this chaotic mess.

If you want to be the hero, don't continue to be silent.

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Subject: Read this!!! Click in!!!! Step up SC....Miss America is about tho be history...


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Date Posted: Monday, September 03, 10:00:45pm

This was sent to State EDs earlier today. Recent events have come to the attention of former Miss Americas and myself. We think some are of the details, but not all. Unfortunately, the lack of transparency and incompetency that spurred the states and formers into action have now been placed on the shoulders of our titleholders. It is imperative that recent events are made known. Regina Hopper (CEO) called two meetings with contestants over the weekend. Here are details of what transpired: Significant changes are being made to the manner in which the phases of competition are being conducted and, accordingly judged, at the 11th hour. After months of being asked to describe the new format for which these contestants would be competing, and hiring producer Phil Gurrin, of Shark Tank fame, to help create an interactive interview “Shark Tank-type” phase of competition, Regina announced, along with Ernst&Young present via conference call, that on the telecast, the Top 15 will no longer compete in this phase as previously described. In fact the contestants will now submit questions to ask each other during this first phase of competition. Be advised, this is the time when the public and new celebrity panel were to get to know these contestants better via an extension of their interview. This is now being scrapped at the last minute despite contestants and state executive directors have prepared amongst anxiety and ambiguity. While the Miss State and Miss America must be strong, confident and flexible, this crosses a line with mere days before competition begins. These women have competed one way at the state level, prepared another way over the summer with ever-changing directives on this new phase of competition, and yet again another format change is being thrown at them at the last minute. More incompetence is exemplified, this time supported by a $200,000 consultant. Why did they ignore his advice? Why was he hired in the first place? This demonstrates incompetence. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, are continuing the campaign of keeping state organizations in the dark and seeking to divide your state contestants from their state officials. At this first meeting, Regina asked all contestants not to communicate this to their State ED's. This supports Cara’s claim that this leadership wants to “keep things in the family”. This speaks to the lack of transparency and integrity. State directors are being left out production-wise and prep-wise of their respective state representative’s competition at Miss America. The contestants are having the rug pulled out from under them. Demanding the contestants keep this secret so as to help Regina cover up her incompetence is compounding the pressure on the contestants to do as they are told and to not reach out to their support system for fear of retribution. This is intimidation. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, have been unwilling or unable to answer reasonable questions asked by the contestants. Sunday night, Regina called the second meeting with all 51 contestants. Confirmed documentation that contestants ask tough questions but Regina dodged and diverted from answering them. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, is systematically, distancing contestants from the state and local programs. Contestants were directed not to refer to themselves as “Miss”-State, but rather “I am from the state of….” Fortunately, the contestants did announce they would be using “Miss State” regardless of what has been directed. This completely devalues the achievement they have earned and it is causing further confusion as to the identity of this program. Could this be laying the groundwork to eventually eliminate State organizations and have at-large (regional) competitions? The state representatives are confident young women who clearly see the the concerns related to integrity, incompetency and intimidation. At this Sunday night meeting contestants asked: 1) why they are changing things when they all competed under a certain criteria and are applying for the job of Miss America yet they can’t use that title for their current achievement. 2) for the employee contract but still were put off, as “Changes are still being made”. 3) why leadership has changed everything that is CORE to MAO brand and why setting the program back 50 years. Regina responded that it is “all about balance”. Regina explained she had to raise money and she had to do “whatever it took” to raise that money. (Note: this is the complete failure of this national leadership team since no money has been raised yet core elements of the program are being changed, expensive consultants are being hired then ignored, last minute-wholesale changes are announced, and the contestants are isolated from their support systems necessary to navigate and understand this chaos.) This speaks to lack of good governance and questionable ethics. 4) how they are supposed to recruit new participants when they themselves are unclear on what job they are interviewing for and what organization they currently represent. Contestants reported* a myriad of reactions after this meeting. (*Paraphrased for confidentiality) They expressed that they are now bearing witness to the type of mistreatment that Cara has experienced and described. They are distressed, confused and frustrated by the lack of transparency and integrity that leadership is now subjecting them to during their Atlantic City experience. This is preventing our young women from competing at their best in a competition for which they have prepared for and deserve honest and ethical leadership. We know that states are scared to speak out for fear of retaliation but now the titleholders, the very women some states cited as the basis for their delay in taking any action, are bearing the full brunt of this incompetence.See below, the news from this evening concerning the Miss America Pageant, copied and pasted from Jennifer Vaden Barth. Also, see the attachment of “Miss America 2.0 by the numbers”, all wrapped up in a nutshell. What they are doing to our pageant, our wonderful Miss America and now, the state contestants is absolutely infuriating! The nightmare and the destruction of our beloved icon continues... (Apologies, this is long) This was sent to State EDs earlier today. Recent events have come to the attention of former Miss Americas and myself. We think some are of the details, but not all. Unfortunately, the lack of transparency and incompetency that spurred the states and formers into action have now been placed on the shoulders of our titleholders. It is imperative that recent events are made known. Regina Hopper (CEO) called two meetings with contestants over the weekend. Here are details of what transpired: Significant changes are being made to the manner in which the phases of competition are being conducted and, accordingly judged, at the 11th hour. After months of being asked to describe the new format for which these contestants would be competing, and hiring producer Phil Gurrin, of Shark Tank fame, to help create an interactive interview “Shark Tank-type” phase of competition, Regina announced, along with Ernst&Young present via conference call, that on the telecast, the Top 15 will no longer compete in this phase as previously described. In fact the contestants will now submit questions to ask each other during this first phase of competition. Be advised, this is the time when the public and new celebrity panel were to get to know these contestants better via an extension of their interview. This is now being scrapped at the last minute despite contestants and state executive directors have prepared amongst anxiety and ambiguity. While the Miss State and Miss America must be strong, confident and flexible, this crosses a line with mere days before competition begins. These women have competed one way at the state level, prepared another way over the summer with ever-changing directives on this new phase of competition, and yet again another format change is being thrown at them at the last minute. More incompetence is exemplified, this time supported by a $200,000 consultant. Why did they ignore his advice? Why was he hired in the first place? This demonstrates incompetence. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, are continuing the campaign of keeping state organizations in the dark and seeking to divide your state contestants from their state officials. At this first meeting, Regina asked all contestants not to communicate this to their State ED's. This supports Cara’s claim that this leadership wants to “keep things in the family”. This speaks to the lack of transparency and integrity. State directors are being left out production-wise and prep-wise of their respective state representative’s competition at Miss America. The contestants are having the rug pulled out from under them. Demanding the contestants keep this secret so as to help Regina cover up her incompetence is compounding the pressure on the contestants to do as they are told and to not reach out to their support system for fear of retribution. This is intimidation. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, have been unwilling or unable to answer reasonable questions asked by the contestants. Sunday night, Regina called the second meeting with all 51 contestants. Confirmed documentation that contestants ask tough questions but Regina dodged and diverted from answering them. MAO, through its CEO and other leadership, is systematically, distancing contestants from the state and local programs. Contestants were directed not to refer to themselves as “Miss”-State, but rather “I am from the state of….” Fortunately, the contestants did announce they would be using “Miss State” regardless of what has been directed. This completely devalues the achievement they have earned and it is causing further confusion as to the identity of this program. Could this be laying the groundwork to eventually eliminate State organizations and have at-large (regional) competitions? The state representatives are confident young women who clearly see the the concerns related to integrity, incompetency and intimidation. At this Sunday night meeting contestants asked: 1) why they are changing things when they all competed under a certain criteria and are applying for the job of Miss America yet they can’t use that title for their current achievement. 2) for the employee contract but still were put off, as “Changes are still being made”. 3) why leadership has changed everything that is CORE to MAO brand and why setting the program back 50 years. Regina responded that it is “all about balance”. Regina explained she had to raise money and she had to do “whatever it took” to raise that money. (Note: this is the complete failure of this national leadership team since no money has been raised yet core elements of the program are being changed, expensive consultants are being hired then ignored, last minute-wholesale changes are announced, and the contestants are isolated from their support systems necessary to navigate and understand this chaos.) This speaks to lack of good governance and questionable ethics. 4) how they are supposed to recruit new participants when they themselves are unclear on what job they are interviewing for and what organization they currently represent. Contestants reported* a myriad of reactions after this meeting. (*Paraphrased for confidentiality) They expressed that they are now bearing witness to the type of mistreatment that Cara has experienced and described. They are distressed, confused and frustrated by the lack of transparency and integrity that leadership is now subjecting them to during their Atlantic City experience. This is preventing our young women from competing at their best in a competition for which they have prepared for and deserve honest and ethical leadership. We know that states are scared to speak out for fear of retaliation but now the titleholders, the very women some states cited as the basis for their delay in taking any action, are bearing the full brunt of this incompetence.

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Have you been looking for an easy way to explain to your non-pageant friends or coworkers who are wondering what's going on? Have you perhaps been wishing there was a simple way to express to judges, sponsors, network employees why you are disappointed in their participation? Then this tweetable graphic may be just this thing for you.

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Date Posted: Tuesday, August 21, 08:34:36am

I notice that when the moderator finally woke up and got rid of the smut he also got rid of the letters, statements, posts, petitions - pretty much everything - about what currently happening with MAO. Now I wonder why that would be??

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Date Posted: Tuesday, August 21, 08:43:17am

Wow..........the moderator has all of a sudden decided to censor what can and can't be posted. I guess the check he gets from the porn and prescription drug people must have bounced or something.

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Subject: No Chaz.....you don’t support Cara until you sign the petition!!!


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Date Posted: Friday, August 17, 06:44:21pm

Dear Miss America Sisters,

I was extremely touched to receive the care package you sent to me in Orlando with your words of encouragement. It was so thoughtful, and it arrived at exactly the time I needed it most. Thank you so much.

I know there’s a lot of talk right now about the interview I gave to the Press of Atlantic City. Since my time as Miss America is growing short, I want to clear some things up directly with all of you. I apologize ahead of time for the length of this letter, but be assured that what I’m going to tell you is just the tip of the iceberg.
The rhetoric about empowering women, and openness and transparency, is great; however, the reality is quite different. I am living that difference. To stay silent is to give away my power and the power of the women who will follow me. I am not comfortable with any of us being controlled, manipulated, silenced, or bullied. I’m also not blind to the relationship between manipulation and plausible deniability. By standing up for myself, I am standing up for all the women who will follow me. At this point, my integrity—and saying and doing the right thing—means more to me than whatever punishment may await me.
When I became Miss America, there were three things I truly looked forward to: using my voice, working on behalf of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and being an example of an empowered young woman of my generation. The reality, though, has been quite different. Let me be blunt: I strongly believe that my voice is not heard nor wanted by our current leadership; nor do they have any interest in knowing who I am and how my experiences relate to positioning the organization for the future. I truly felt more valued, respected, and viewed as a real collaborator within my first three months rather than these last eight months. The differences in treatment are stark.
Our chair and CEO have systematically silenced me, reduced me, marginalized me, and essentially erased me in my role as Miss America in subtle and not-so-subtle ways on a daily basis. After a while, the patterns have clearly emerged, and the sheer accumulation of the disrespect, passive-aggressive behavior, belittlement, and outright exclusion has taken a serious toll.
Shortly after the new board took over, I was given three talking points that I was required to use at every appearance and on which I would be critiqued:
1. Miss America is relevant.
2. The #MeToo movement started with a Miss America, Gretchen Carlson.
3. Gretchen Carlson went to Stanford (I was also allowed to mention my own education at
Brown University to show that we are both well-educated leaders).
Right away, the new leadership delivered an important message: There will be only one Miss America at a time, and she isn’t me.
To reinforce this, they told me that I’m not important enough to do big interviews, and that the major press is “obviously” reserved for Gretchen. Step out of line there and not only do you get treated to being pulled into the office for a dressing down by Regina, but Brent Adams also joins in on the action.

I was told that it’s my fault sponsors have dropped MAO, because I am supposedly “bad at social media.” These days I can only post on my personal social media sites. I no longer have the ability to post freely and engage with followers on the official Miss America accounts like all of my predecessors. Even when it comes to sponsors, I no longer have this ability. Last week I posted at an event for CMN Hospitals; a few days later, it was removed. In fact, they have now removed my photo from the official CMN fundraising page and replaced it with last year’s Miss America. They post officially for me and as me—misspellings and all—without informing the public that it is not me posting, and often utilize these accounts to promote Gretchen and Regina’s activities. When they shrink my voice in this way, it eliminates my chance to be a spokesperson for my generation on the very platforms where we consume our content.
When Gretchen announced the elimination of swimsuit on Good Morning America, I was also in New York. Although I had already been told by Regina that GMA only wanted Gretchen on the segment, I served as my own advocate and asked if I could attend. Our CEO replied, “Oh, we thought you wanted to sleep in—but sure.” That morning I stood behind the cameras and filmed Gretchen on the GMA set with my phone. Later that day I passed a producer who recognized me, stopped me, and expressed dismay that she didn’t even know I was in the studio. She then asked permission to interview me to get “Miss America’s perspective”. I truly didn’t know what to say to her.
No one needs to remind me that being Miss America is a job. I have known that and prepared myself to be the spokesperson for this organization with every single thing I have done and every experience I have had, learning from each person I met and each conversation I participated in. Such comments are condescending and are meant solely to suggest I don’t understand this “big girl job” or how and why Miss America is relevant. That could not be further from the truth.
Gretchen and Brent went to Cannes, representing the organization at a global marketing and advertising conference where Gretchen spoke about Miss America in the era of #MeToo. While they were in France, I was back in North Dakota. If I’d been invited to attend and speak about the relevance of Miss America, I would have been able to tell the world how I, as a young leader, have firsthand knowledge and experience regarding the ways in which MAO is supposedly poised for the future. Such an invitation would require the leadership to care who I am and maybe learn why the judges selected me in the first place.
An organization that values their employees, takes the time to communicate with them. Prior to the July 25th Miss America Orientation, Regina hadn’t spoken to me since June 6t​h​, and Gretchen hadn’t spoken to me since June 15t​h. I wasn’t even respected enough to be informed about this year’s competition date/when my job would end... I found it out on Twitter. Since many of you haven’t had the opportunity to get to know me or have been told “Cara doesn’t want to work with you,” (which couldn’t be further from the truth) here is a little bit more about me. I truly hope you’ll agree that my voice could add value to MAO:
1. I am the only person in the office with an all encompassing business degree. I graduated with honors in Business, Entrepreneurship, and Organizations with an emphasis in nonprofit organizations. I feel qualified to comment on how a business should function and how employees should be treated. Did you know that I worked with Ashoka, the leading global organization on social impact innovation and integrations, when I was in college? Did you know I completed my senior honors thesis on the Miss America Organization? I went into this job with a strong background in the workings of the organization. I know its strengths and weakness and could have been a valuable resource during this transition.

2. I have prepared for ups and downs and challenges not just for this job but for any job. My first full-time job was working in Washington, D.C. for Senator John Hoeven. This experience brought me in touch with a wide range of constituents, witnessing their passion for legislation and policies that positively impact their lives. I was working for the Senator during two major events of controversy: 2016 Election and North Dakota’s Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). I know the importance of communication because I was listening and responding to all sides of issues. From that job, I was inspired to continue being an advocate as Miss America. I did everything I could this year to take advantage of this opportunity. I even personally paid part of my airfare to attended the 2018 State of the Union because I wanted Miss America represented!
3. Messaged in our leadership’s new rhetoric is the importance of women making their own choices and using the universal language of fashion in ways that illustrate and empower them. Working in New York for Agentry PR—a firm specializing in public relations for the fashion industry—gave me a current lens through which to understand what my generation wants to wear and will wear, and how fashion actually can speak about a woman.
In this respect, reality hasn’t just failed to live up to the potential, it has been truly disappointing. Throughout my year, MAO did not have a clothing sponsor. I spent all year buying my own appearance wardrobe. Most of what I bought was rejected, and I was told what I wasn’t permitted to wear. What happened to the new motto of Miss America getting to express her own sense of style? The office criticized me for wearing certain items too many times. I frequently had to take pictures of all my outfits, and then my tour manager would come into my hotel room and pick out the clothes I was allowed to wear, saying things like “Regina really likes this one” ​or "You can't wear pink. Regina hates pink.” During a photo shoot this year, Regina looked at the Karl Lagerfeld dress I was wearing and said “Yuck. You should burn that. Don’t ever wear that again.” I eventually reached out to two of the former Miss Americas on the board about some of the issues I had been facing. After Heather French Henry advocated for me, I was reprimanded by Regina who told me that problems and concerns had to be kept “in the family.” If a fellow sister who is also a board member is not “in the family,” who is?
I understand that I am the representative of a brand and a company and employed to do a job. That does not​ mean that an employer can treat you however they feel like treating you that day. Employers are legally required to provide a workplace free from harassment and bullying. I have been constantly reminded of the provisions in my employment contract that prohibit me from speaking freely:

“The employee’s relationship with the MAO may be terminated at any time, for any reason.” “The employee agrees that the employee will not disparage or subvert the MAO, nor make any statement reflecting negatively on the MAO or its affiliates, principals, employees, agents, or representatives.”
“During the term, or at any time thereafter, employee shall not disparage or otherwise make any unfavorable statements, oral or written, or perform any act or omission, which is detrimental to the reputation or goodwill of MAO. For purpose of the prior sentence, MAO shall mean MAO, its successors and affiliates, and their officers, directors and employees.”
I signed my contract shortly after I was crowned, without an attorney present, and without a member of the staff or the board there to witness it. When the new leadership came in, I hoped that they would loosen things up a bit, at least to make it consistent with the National Contestant Contract that I actually had time to review and which states that I serve until my successor is chosen at the next National Finals.

But that didn’t happen. My contract still says—and I am regularly reminded by word and action—that I can be fired anytime, with or without cause. In Orlando, the contestants were interested in seeing the employment contract they will be required to sign, but the leadership would not give anyone a copy. Some asked if they could see mine. I am living the contradiction of being “open and transparent”.
About two weeks ago, I started researching workplace bullying. In the State of New Jersey, it is defined as “deliberate insults, threats, demeaning comments, constant criticism, overbearing supervision, profane outbursts, blatant ostracism, being overworked or simply not communicating with colleagues. More subtle forms of bullying can include withholding or supplying incorrect work-related information, sabotaging projects, passive/aggressive behavior, blocking promotions, providing unclear or contradictory instruction or requesting unnecessary or menial work.” Ultimately, this is my year in a nutshell. ​Here are some further examples of my time at orientation. Understand ​that these types of things happen to me every single day.
In Orlando, I watched as the board members and staff sat up front for a meeting with the contestants and state directors, while I was told to go stand in the back of the room and not say anything. When Gretchen and Regina expressed their admiration for me, it was quite disingenuous given our lack of communication, how little they know about me, and especially their false claim that I arrived at 2 am - when in fact I spent the entire prior evening with the teen contestants, attended the MAOT competition, and did my job as Miss America until the last person who wanted to meet me and have their photo taken with me had left the room. The tour manager’s flight was delayed, so, for once, I did not have her listening in on every conversation I had, reporting back to the office who I talk to and what I say, ​nor was I smothered—at least briefly—with a ridiculous level of security charged with making sure people did not get a chance to speak to me one-on-one.
There’s also a concerning back channel among the staff and leadership of reporting false information about me. It paints me in a light that is untrue and definitely unfair. You will have to ask yourself what their motives are, because I have given up trying to understand this game. For instance, in Orlando, I was attending the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital Dance Marathon. I was told by the tour manager to meet her at a certain time and place. I left my room to get to the appointed spot on time. When she was late, I checked my phone and saw that four minutes before our scheduled meet time, she’d sent me another text changing the location. Before I could even answer her, I received a text meant for one of the security guards assigned to me (sent to me by mistake) where the tour manager claimed that I was “MIA, again!” Reality did not fit this latest fake scenario, as I was not MIA. I never have been. I was exactly where I was supposed to be.
On another night that week, I was excited to host a pizza party for the incoming class of amazing young women eager to learn about the job they are vying for. Contestants were ready for frank and honest dialogue with me. That is also what I was promised. Instead, into the room walked the tour manager and two security guards, Marc Angeli, and Regina, who promptly took their seats. You could feel the mood shift in the room; the message of intimidating me into silence, making sure I “keep it in the family” was sent and received. As if that weren’t enough, Regina intentionally belittled me in front of the contestants, seemingly forgetting my name and calling me “Kira”. Of the 5 MAO staff members in attendance, not a single one corrected her. In fact, the next morning the tour manager “pulled a Regina” and identified my name incorrectly again. ​Several contestants came up to me after and said “ I can’t believe they don’t know your name.”'​ If I can be so openly belittled—to the point where my actual, personal identity is removed in front of the contestants—it can, and will, happen to them too. It was another low point for me. No Miss America should be humiliated or erased. Ever.

So, I want to ask you a favor. Just take a minute to reflect on how you might feel had you held the title this past year. I never expected my year to be perfect, especially under the circumstances. Imagine what it would be like if you were alone, not knowing who you could trust. Imagine that you finally got up the courage to speak up, not just for yourself, but for the fifty-one women who are dreaming that they will have your job just a month from now. Imagine how it would feel if it was actually two of your fellow Miss Americas who slapped back in the press and threw you under the bus. What you said couldn’t be true, right? It must just be that you misunderstood what it meant to have an adult job. I’ll skip to the end: it was devastating. Do I not deserve a voice because my experience has been different from theirs?
It ​didn’t​ take me six months to see that my actions reflected on the organization. I understood that on day one. Or that it was a job, and a difficult one at that. That’s always been pretty obvious. I don’t want to leave this mess for the next Miss America. This is not a self-serving organization, and I want her year to be better than my year. This letter is for her. I don’t want her to have to live in constant fear, expecting to be degraded and punished while she should be having an amazing experience. If you want Miss America to be relevant, then the leadership needs to understand she is not a wind-up toy who they can power up to spit out the meaningless words that are put into her mouth, and then put back on the shelf until it’s time to do it again. I do not want her to have to stand in the back, literally or metaphorically.
As many of you know, the Press of Atlantic City story posted on a Saturday. As I expected, the retribution was swift. Within 72 hours, I was told my final farewell as Miss America would be cut to a total of 30 seconds for the national telecast. The following day, I was told my custom “Show Me Your Shoes” Parade Costume which had already been made, publicized by the designer, and based on a July 2018 agreement with MAO would no longer be allowed. How will we get sponsors if their word means nothing? Not only are they dictating my final appearance, but they are also reducing my final words. I haven’t felt like Miss America for the last 8 months, and now, they are even taking away my goodbye.
I never expected—or wanted—to have to be a whistle blower. I am so saddened that the board seems more inclined to look the other way than to speak out. I ask ​you​ for ​your​ help, support, and voices, because I have no doubt that without them, the leadership will simply continue to push out, silence, and tighten security to reduce access around Miss America. Miss America is fragile right now. She needs all of us if she is going to survive.

Cara

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Subject: PLEASE read this IMPORTANT letter and CLICK HERE to add your signature to our efforts to save the pageant


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CLICK HERE: https://www.change.org/p/statelicensees1-gmail-com-miss-america-needs-you?recruiter=893871894&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition

To all Miss America volunteers and fans, please read this VERY IMPORTANT letter and share it today!
Dear State Directors, Local Directors and Loyal Volunteers,
First and foremost, thank you for all that you do to make the Miss America Program a reality. You are the heart and soul of our organization.
We humbly ask for your undivided attention as you read this letter. You are our last hope.
We are so grateful for the efforts that many of you have undertaken to have your voices be heard by the leadership of the Miss America Organization. We are inspired by your love for the pageant, your persistence and your courage.
We have joined you in raising our voices and have tried with all of our might and strength to preserve the traditions of Miss America, but we cannot accomplish our mission without your clear, unequivocal and immediate response. The hour is late and the time for unified action is upon us now. We cannot delay, we cannot wish this current crisis away, and we cannot push it off to deal with at some later date.
Miss America is engaged in a great struggle about its identity and its future direction. We did not choose this struggle. It began because our past leaders demeaned women, breached their trust, harmed our brand, and needed to be removed. It was their actions alone that required a change in leadership. We made that change with the hope of creating unity and stability for our beloved organization.
In good faith, we joined together with a unified voice and decided that it would be best if our new leaders came from among our own ranks so that our voices and opinions would be heard and acknowledged at the national level. But in choosing our new leaders, we now recognize that we chose individuals that have sought to use MAO for their own self-centered purposes, not to regain trust and unite us. Instead these new leaders have decided to use this opportunity to force changes that we have not sought and that we did not demand.
Worse still, they have used their position and our goodwill to demean those in our ranks, to publicly question our ethics and motives, and they have made significant changes to our organization under false pretenses. It is hard to believe that this is the approach and tactics that our new leaders have adopted, but this is the place in which we now find ourselves, and we must again demand and require immediate change.
Upon further consideration of the facts, we now agree with the petition signed by the very brave 22 states’ executives. We understand that to begin again we must call for the resignations of our Chairwoman, our CEO and the entire Board of Trustees. Ultimately, we want to support the will of the states, and from what we gather, the 22 states are not the “noisy minority,” but in actuality, they include a quiet majority-who are just not ready to speak out-but why prolong the inevitable? As with the previous board, we asked formers to step down not because of personal reasons, but simply because they were part of the old regime that didn’t work. We are grateful to those former Miss Americas for graciously stepping down, even though their hearts were in the right place. They put aside any personal agendas and submitted to the will of the majority, in order to show respect and love for our organization. We honor those sisters for making the right decision, and we ask out leadership to do the same now.
The national leadership should seek the consent of the governed – we elected them and they need to answer to those they profess to serve. We had hoped that the reconstituted Board would work with truth and integrity. Regrettably, they have used their positions to mislead us, to systematically change many things that we hold dear, and they have removed (and threatened to remove) anyone who disagrees with their views. Have you stopped to consider what happens if the 22 states who signed the petition in July lose their licenses?
As you know, the telecast for this year is not in jeopardy, but the fate of the entire Miss America system is in great jeopardy if we do not act now. We are losing local competitions every day – they are just walking away. We are losing sponsors at the state and local levels. We are losing contestants who can’t afford the time or money needed to have an attorney review a 25-page contract. These and other onerous changes are pulling our organization apart on every level and in every state!
By signing your name to the Vote of No Confidence petition TODAY, you provide us with the ability to start the rebuilding process NOW. We can begin to put in place some safety nets in the event that the TV network, Casino Reinvestment Development Association (CRDA) and the production company decide not to continue supporting MAO and its mission. There is a group of experienced people ready to step in and play a transitional role with the production company and network.
A number of leaders within the states are prepared to drive solutions that flatten out the organizational structure. Right now, MAO is a top-down structure that keeps at a distance the state organizations that do 90% of the work. Decisions made by people who do not have their personal finances, reputations, business networks, communities etc involved in the heavy lift that’s involved in running a volunteer state or local organization cannot possibly know what is needed to keep the national organization nimble, responsive, ahead of the trends, and of course financially sound.
At its heart, Miss America is a grassroots volunteer organization and your state and local organizations are the lifeblood of this amazing nationwide system. The current leadership team has not served us well over the past 8 months, so it is necessary once again to elect a new leadership team that can unify our ranks. Miss America is bigger than any one or two individuals. The Miss America program has survived for 100 years because of you, and it must survive for another 100 years. But we must not allow the current leadership team to continue making changes to our program, some of which could be irreparable.
You and your volunteers are the heart and soul of this organization. You are our last hope. We need you to respond today, please, because we are running out of time.
Sincerely,
Miss America 1984 Suzette Charles
Miss America 1991 Marjorie Vincent-Tripp
Miss America 1992 Carolyn Sapp Daniels
Miss America 1995 Heather Whitestone McCallum
Miss America 1998 Kate Shindle
Miss America 1999 Nicole Johnson
Miss America 2001 Angela Baraquio Grey
Miss America 2004 Ericka Dunlap
Miss America 2010 Caressa Cameron-Jackson
Miss America 2012 Laura Kaeppeler Fleiss
Miss America 2016 Betty Cantrell Maxwell

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Subject: Do Ya'll Have a Moderator?


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If so you need to call and wake her up and tell her to get this filth off the board.

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Subject: As the Miss America scoring has changed, who are some of the Teens and Miss you would like to see take the stage this upcoming year? Who would have a good chance at winning the crown.


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Subject: I never seen anything about ordering videos from state. Are they selling them this year? If so does anyone know where they can be purchased from?


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Subject: CONGRATS TO MISS SC TEEN BERKLEY BRYANT FOR PLACING TOP 9 AT MISS AMERICA OUTSTANDING TEEN!


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Subject: DAVIA BUNCH, MSC OFFICIAL HEAD SHOT LOOKS ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! I THINK SHE CAN BRING HOME THE CROWN! NOT JUST BECAUSE OF THE PHOTO, BUT SHE REALLY GOOD ALL AROUND!


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Subject: I heard that locals should have pageants earlier than normal this up coming pageant season. Who are some of the ones that should return and have a good shot at the crown?


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Subject: My daughter is interested in competing next year. Can someone please explain the top five ballot, composite scores, and how talent is 50% of the scores for prelims but not for finals? Also, will MSCO follow the new MAO scoring system this coming pageant season?


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Subject: MAOTeen Week - Teen Friendly voy page www.voy.com/247012/


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Subject: Who y'all think should return in Miss and Teen that has a great shot at winning?


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Subject: FL’s ED has been removed


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 11, 10:11:47am

I would imagine every state’s leadership is being looked at

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Subject: Are Ashley's days numbered?


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Date Posted: Saturday, July 07, 08:00:02am

The new petition from half the state directors want him, Jessie and the Board of Trustees removed. What did he have to say at Miss SC?

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Subject: Why are so many of the girls following the judges and befriending them on social Media? I thought this was a big no no?


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 10, 06:59:21pm

Why are so many of the girls following the judges and befriending them on social Media? I thought this was a big no no?

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Subject: So can a contestant compete for a title they had before if the directors are different? For example if I competed as Miss Spartanburg three years ago under the old director but now want to compete again for that title since there is a new director, is this possible?


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Date Posted: Monday, July 09, 01:24:12pm

So can a contestant compete for a title they had before if the directors are different? For example if I competed as Miss Spartanburg three years ago under the old director but now want to compete again for that title since there is a new director, is this possible?

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Subject: It's especially hard for someone like Emily who competed last year in the teens division. She looked good but still looked like she was playing dress up to compete against older girls, and I am one of the ones who really likes Emily.


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Subject: For Fun! ;)


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Date Posted: Friday, July 06, 12:11:08pm

Chatted with a few people and a few different people pointed a few things out about contestants and judges. Just some fun facts!

6 of the top 15 were from USC
4 of the top 5 were from USC
(even had at least one judge from USC ;) )

4 of the top 15 were blondes
11 of the top 15 Brunettes (although 1 looked slightly red)
1 of the top 5 blonde
4 of the top 5 Brunettes

10 of the top 15 were dancers
4 of the top 15 were singers
1 was monologue
4 of the top 5 were TAP dancers
5 of the top 5 were dancers

So basically if you were a dancer(specifically tap) and a brunette who attended or attends USC you had great odds of making the top 5! I think its fair to say you can see how the judges favored LOL

Just a little fun!

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Subject: Sydney Sill


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 05, 07:16:05pm

Will she take a shot at it again next year?

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Subject: New scoring from Miss America 2.0


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Date Posted: Friday, July 06, 02:08:11am

Prelim scoring: Talent 50%, Interview 20%, On stage interview 15%, Evening wear 15%.

Finals: Composite 25%, Talent 30%, OSQ 25%, Evening Wear 20%

Top 5 have final conversation with ranking (Final ballot)

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Subject: Clemson Teen Bully


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Date Posted: Sunday, July 01, 11:32:45am

I know from personally being at Miss SC this week that clemson teen was a bully and not only was she rude to the teen contestants but she had a group chat to talk about all of the girls in! Anyone saying different is in denial and obviously doesn’t know her!

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Subject: Clemson Teen should have been DQ’ed. Bullshit that she’s 3rd runner up. #noonelikesabully #karmasabitchbitch


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Subject: I agree they would do well in USA System. They're beautiful young ladies with some height to them.


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Subject: Both Miss SC queens should do well at their respective competitions


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Date Posted: Monday, July 02, 09:02:08am

I really think both Davia and Berkley can make top 2 in Orlando and Atlantic City!

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Subject: Returners


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Date Posted: Wednesday, July 04, 09:03:20pm

I really hope Lake Bowen and Greenville return next year.

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Subject: Loved her song choice and she looked angelic in the white gown.


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Date Posted: Thursday, July 05, 12:39:37pm


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Subject: Miss Clarendon, Mikeya Murphy was beautiful and stunning the entire week. Many thought, including myself thought she should of won. And not make top 5 was very surprising. She would of been a great representative for the state and the nation.


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Subject: Miss Teal and Bronze


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Date Posted: Monday, July 02, 11:34:47pm

Brooke who? Brooke Vu! Very proud of Brooke's performance throughout the pageant this year! Congrats on top 15.

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Subject: Who did livestream production/posting? I want a refund for the night it didn't work and can't find any contact info.


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Date Posted: Tuesday, July 03, 09:59:07am


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Subject: top 10 no particular order


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 05:19:46pm

prediction no particular order

GSG
GG
Spartanburg
Simpsonville
Lake Bowen
Upstate
Clemson
Claredon
River City
Boiling Springs

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Subject: Who came out on top with on stage question?


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Subject: Chaz is just flat out hard to watch. He keeps stumbling over his words. Someone get him off the stage.


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 08:07:59pm


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Subject: Clemson teen


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 12:52:07am

Clemson teen is the sweetest person I know. She wouldn’t hurt a fly. So maybe if y’all kept your mouths shut long enough y’all would know the truth. To be honest y’all are disrespectful kids who haven’t grown up yet. I’m pretty sure your imaginations ran wild because there was no gasp when her on stage question was asked tonight soooo.

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Subject: Sydney Ford has announced her retirement


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Subject: The judges got it right tonight!!


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 11:17:14pm


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Subject: HELPPPP ME WATCH


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 10:27:38pm

We tried to DVR the pageant but the preshow was separate. Therefore the pageant wasn’t taped. Is there a way to login online and watch it after it’s aired?!

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Subject: Through Tuesday night here are my predictions: Teen - I think the last two standing will be Bryant and Finnegan - I am leaning towards Finnegan for the win. Miss = Sill and Bunch with Sill winning.


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 07:24:17am


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Subject: My prediction: winner will be Sydney Sill. 1 ru will be Davia Bunch. 2 ru will be Alexandra Badgett. 3 ru will be Sydney Ford. 4 ru will be Morgan Romano. The rest of the top 10 will be Sarah Floyd, Jada Samuel, Ali Bradley, Brooklyn Garrett, and Ansley Seay


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 10:41:58pm


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Subject: I really think Brooklyn Garrett has a shot at Miss SC tonight


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 04:00:51pm


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Subject: Miss Greenville county


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 03:13:12pm

Catie Rawl, miss Greenville county is beautiful.

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Subject: Ford, Sill, Badgett, Bunch, Garrett. In that order


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 11:36:03am


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Subject: Top 15 !


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 30, 10:35:39am

Predictions on the top 15 ? Top 10? Miss sc !

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Subject: Congratulations to Berkley Bryant, She is so deserving of this title and Crown! You can say what you want but she worked hard for this night.


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Date Posted: Friday, June 29, 10:12:15pm


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Subject: Zzzzzzzzz.....


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Date Posted: Friday, June 29, 09:19:03pm


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Subject: Is the live stream not working AGAIN?? Tonight of all nights. At least tomorrow night will be on TV.


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Date Posted: Friday, June 29, 07:17:29pm


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Subject: No live pageant on computer!!! Anyone else having this problem!!


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 07:05:48pm


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Subject: Once again Miss SC picKS thinner girls for SS. Probably a good thing it no longer exists.


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 10:42:34pm


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Subject: Live feed just quit working as soon as on stage question started for the miss:-(


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 09:15:45pm


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Subject: Is the live stream working for anyone?


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 07:16:34pm


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Subject: Miss


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 08:34:56am

How can anyone be so sure of the winners before they see all of these girls ? I myself was impressed with Miss TRavelers Rest ,

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Subject: Scores


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Date Posted: Thursday, June 28, 02:05:22pm

Scores seem to be all over the place. It is hard to tell who will be on top. Several have been consistent, GG, Lake Bowen, Upstate, GSG to name a few.

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Subject: Who are the Miss SC judges?


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Subject: Fitness on Wednesday-what just happened? Why did they start over?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 08:20:44pm


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Subject: Chaz and Erin are delusional. I wish someone would tell them the truth about their "performances" . There is no crown available to them.


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 08:59:00pm


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Subject: What happened to the original titleholder of Miss Georgetown, Ansley?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 08:56:26pm


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Subject: Some hits and misses with interview outfits. Who are your favorites?


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Subject: Prelim Night 1


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Date Posted: Tuesday, June 26, 10:40:44pm

There had to be only 1 point difference between Sidney
Sill and Alexandra Badgett. Those were my top two in SS tonight.

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Subject: Preliminary Teen last night


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What in the world happened last night? That Miss DarlingtonTeen got robbed and we all know it. Anybody who knew Susan Connelly knew that the winner’s dance was subpar. Waving your hands around with a basic shuffle is not worthy of the bowl. I had Greater Greer Teen and Darlinton Teen as one and two, but nowhere did I see that one coming. I am starting to wonder if the judges that the board use each year are inept in certain areas or if something else is a driving force..

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Subject: Is it me or does it seem like some of the girls know their question ahead of time?


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Date Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 08:01:19am

.

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Subject: Matrazzo (sp) just won North Carolina


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Subject: I predict Sydney Sill to win with Brooklyn Garrett 1 ru, Sydney Ford 2 ru, Morgan Romano 3 ru, and Davia Bunch 4 ru.


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Subject: Who is the official photographer? Do they post pictures through out the week online?


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Date Posted: Tuesday, June 26, 01:50:19am

Thanks

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Subject: How long are the Miss interviews?


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Subject: Mackenzie Russell will be in top 5


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Date Posted: Saturday, June 23, 11:53:19pm

Miss Georgetown County Mackenzie Russell will win Miss

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Subject: Great Competitors


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Date Posted: Monday, June 18, 10:04:14pm

Good luck to all the young women! Fantastic group!

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Subject: Will there be a free livestream during prelims?


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Subject: I predict Meera Bhonsle as the winner.


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Subject: I will be attending the final night of Miss SC and was wondering how dressed up I should be just coming as a spectator. Evening gown or cocktail dress? maybe that's a dumb question I just have no idea what state pageant are like


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Subject: Moderator


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Date Posted: Tuesday, June 12, 02:40:10pm

I see ya'll have an "on the ball" moderator too.

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