Tara Lipinski will join the panel of judges for the 2018 Miss America competition on Sunday night. When the 2018 Miss America competition airs on Sunday night, sitting among the judges will be a woman who is very used to being judged: figure skater Tara Lipinski, an Olympic gold medalist who has evolved into a sports commentator and style icon. Lipinski (who was a Miss Universe judge in 2013) will join others including singer Jordin Sparks, People magazine editor Jess Cagle, and actress Molly Sims in choosing the successor to Miss America 2017, Savvy Shields.
Miss America contestant Caty Davis shares her late father's struggle with addiction and the shame she felt. But his addiction has inspired her to help others.
Beauty queen Victoria Graham, who has Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, proudly shows her surgery scars. Victoria Graham is much more than just a pretty face. The 22-year-old Maryland college student, who was crowned Miss Frostburg in October (a local title associated with the Miss America Organization), is on a mission to raise awareness about Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) — a rarely diagnosed genetic condition that affects connective tissue in the skin, joints, and blood vessels.
Miss America’s first runner-up, Miss South Carolina Rachel Wyatt, touted modesty and said women don’t have to be sexy to be beautiful. But what's wrong with being sexy?
Even though Trump sold off the Miss Universe Organization and its pageants in 2015, his reign seems to have made an unshakeable mark — and forever befuddled the public. But that's just the start of Miss USA vs. Miss America confusion.
When 21-year-old Betty Cantrell from Georgia was crowned Miss America on Sunday night with high marks from judges like Zendaya and former Miss America Vanessa Williams, she took a selfie with her beaming fellow contestants. “A night I will never forget!” The Mercer University undergraduate and vocal performance major sang “Tu Tu Piccolo Iddio” from the opera “Madame Butterfly” and answered a question about whether Tom Brady cheated or not. “It was kind of a funky question to ask me if Tom Brady cheated,” she later told the Associated Press.
Hilary Duff might have taken a stab at Tinder, but that doesn’t mean Olivia Jordan will. “Oh gosh no! Crown and Tinder do not mix,” the 2015 Miss USA winner tells Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee in this episode of Style Session. Instead, the beauty queen has her eye on a very different prize: the upcoming Miss Universe pageant. I do my dishes in it, I sleep with it,” Jordan, 26, jokes of her diamond, sapphire, and ruby-encrusted tiara, her prized possession.
Alyssa Campanella was all smiles and tears upon being crowned. Photo: Miss Universe Organization With the Miss Universe pageant this Sunday, we’re going to be glued to our TVs taking in all of the excitement. Related: #TBT The First Miss Universe Pageant On Hair & Makeup: Alyssa Campanella, Miss USA 2011 “At Miss Universe 2011, Miss Venezuela always had perfect curls everyday. My face couldn’t even hit the pillow! I gave up and just stuck to using a curling iron every morning.” Kamie Crawford, Miss Teen USA 2010 “Preparation H—that is the best trick in the book.