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Miss USA Pageant
Originally posted 10/05/2014 08:00PM
From one star's sudsy secrets to a celebrity mom's bold body reveal, here's the news you might have missed this weekend:
Originally posted 10/05/2014 12:15PM
This is a winning year for Nia Sanchez. The 24-year-old was crowned Miss USA in June, and now, she is newly engaged.
Originally posted 06/16/2014 04:45PM
Miss USA is denying claims that she faked her residency for an easier road to the coveted crown.
Originally posted 06/13/2014 02:45PM
Miss USA is accused of crowning around.
Originally posted 06/12/2014 01:45PM
Miss Indiana Mekayla Diehl didn't even make it into the top 10 in the Miss USA pageant on Sunday, but she did go home with a title: social-media star.
Originally posted 06/08/2014 11:15PM
Miss Nevada Nia Sanchez, a fourth-degree black belt in the Korean martial art of taekwondo, has been crowned Miss USA 2014.
Originally posted 06/08/2014 11:00AM
She may make wearing an itty-bitty bikini in front of all of America look like no big deal on Sunday, but being able to confidently strut her stuff on stage didn't come so easily for Miss USA contestant Jordan Wessel.
Originally posted 06/19/2013 07:00AM
She turned heads in a gold-embellished gown. And then there was that orange bikini.
But you're going to have to wait to see freshly minted Miss USA Erin Brady all dressed in white.
The Connecticut stunner, 25, who beat out 50 other American beauties, is engaged, but she put her wedding on hold to compete. "I wanted to live out my dream," Sunday's big winner tells PEOPLE.
Originally posted 06/18/2013 09:30AM
If anyone feels sympathy for Sunday's mocked Miss USA contestant, it's judge and The Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes, who asked the competitor the now-infamous question that sent cyberspace into a frenzy.
Marissa Powell, 20 – the Miss Utah finalist who didn't win the competition but could easily be the most searched name online from the pageant – was asked by Leakes, 45, what it says about society that women continue to earn less than men even though they are the primary earners in 40 percent of American families with children.
Originally posted 06/17/2013 01:25PM
Not since Lauren Caitlin Upton's mangled response in 2007's Miss Teen USA competition has a finalist's answer in a pageant picked up traction like it did on Sunday night.
With six finalists remaining in Las Vegas's Miss USA competition, it was Miss Utah Marissa Powell's turn to answer a question that could make or break her chances of winning the crown.
"A recent report shows that in 40 percent of American families with children, women are the primary earners, yet they continue to earn less than men," announced one of the judges, NeNe Leakes. "What does this say about society?"
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