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Miss USA Pageant
Originally posted 05/10/2016 10:30AM
After a nationwide search, the Miss Universe Organization has narrowed down the women vying for the 52nd Miss USA contestant spot – and now they are asking fans to vote for their favorites.
Originally posted 04/21/2016 12:00AM
You could be the one.
Originally posted 03/31/2016 12:10PM
Halle Berry and more celebs who walked – no, glided – across the pageant stage
Originally posted 02/11/2016 01:30PM
Who's the "loser" in this legal matter?
Donald Trump capped off his New Hampshire primary win by reaching a settlement with Univision over his $500 lawsuit, the network and politician announced Thursday.
The terms of the settlement were not disclosed.
"I have known Univision's President and CEO, Randy Falco, for more than 20 years and I'm glad we are able to put these differences behind us," Trump, 69, said in a statement.
Originally posted 09/11/2015 01:05PM
Donald Trump announced Friday that he owns the entirety of the Miss Universe Organization almost three months after NBC dropped the Miss USA pageant following the presidential hopeful's controversial comments about Mexican immigrants.
"Just purchased NBC's half of The Miss Universe Organization and settled all lawsuits against them," Trump, 69, tweeted. "Now own 100% -- stay tuned!"
An NBC source confirms the news to PEOPLE. Miss Universe did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Originally posted 07/28/2015 11:50PM
Olivia Culpo has bared all in her first nude shoot.
Originally posted 07/12/2015 11:30PM
Olivia Jordan (aka, Miss Oklahoma) has been crowned Miss USA 2015.
Miss USA Finds Replacement Hosts After Backlash Over Trump's Immigration Comments – But Who Are They?
Originally posted 07/08/2015 08:40AM
The Miss USA Pageant's new hosts have been announced, replacing the show's original emcees just days before the Sunday telecast.
Jeannie Mai Resigns as Co-Host of Miss USA Pageant in Wake of Trump Controversy – After Initially Vowing to Stay
Originally posted 07/07/2015 02:25PM
The Miss USA pageant has lost another co-host in the wake of Donald Trump's controversial comments about Mexican immigrants.
Jeannie Mai – who told PEOPLE last week that she would remain with the pageant to support the women involved – announced that she, too, has decided to step down from her role as co-host.
Originally posted 07/02/2015 08:40AM
Following NBC's decision to drop the Miss USA telecast from the network in advance of its planned July 12 airdate, the Reelz network has picked up the baton.
"The decision on the part of Reelz to acquire the rights to the Miss USA pageant was based on our belief that this special event, and the women who compete in it, are an integral part of the American tradition," says Stan E. Hubbard, CEO of Reelz, in a statement released to PEOPLE.
"As one of only a few independent networks, we decided to exercise our own voice and committed ourselves to bringing this pageant to American viewers everywhere," the statement continues. "For us, this decision is about the dreams of the contestants who come from all walks of life across the United States, the city of Baton Rouge that has proudly come together to host this pageant and the viewers who will be watching and celebrating its 54th year on television."
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