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The Miss USA pageant first took place in 1952. It was founded in conjunction with the Miss Universe pageant after Miss America winner Yolande Betbeze refused to wear a swimsuit in photographs that were supposed to be used by sponsors in advertisements. Since its founding, Miss USA and Miss Universe have run hand in hand with one another, and the winner of Miss USA goes on to represent the United States at Miss Universe.

Miss USA Overview

The Miss USA pageant features representatives from all 50 states as well as Washington D.C. A week prior to the actual pageant debuting, all 51 contestants are judged in the three phases of the Miss USA competition. These mediums include the swimsuit competition, the evening gown competition, and personal interviews.

Shortly after all 51 contestants take their place on the stage, the field is narrowed down substantially. The judges only name 15 semifinalists who then move on to create in the swimsuit round. From there, the field is narrowed down to 10 women who will take part in the evening gown portion of the contest, and only three women reach the finals. Those three women are given interview questions by the judges, and that is the final test before crowning Miss USA.

In order to qualify to be in the Miss USA pageant, women have to be between the ages of 18 and 28. Additionally, they cannot be married or have ever been married, and they cannot have children either. Also, contestants need  to have entered in and won their local and state pageant.

Miss USA Winners

2019 Cheslie Kryst North Carolina
2018 Sarah Rose Summers Nebraska
2017 Kara McCullough District of Columbia
2016 Deshauna Barber District of Columbia
2015 Olivia Jordan Oklahoma
2014 Nia Sanchez Nevada
2013 Erin Brady Connecticut
2012 Olivia Culpo* Rhode Island
2011 Alyssa Campanella California
2010 Rima Fakih Michigan
2009 Kristen Dalton North Carolina
2008 Crystle Stewart Texas
2007 Rachel Smith Tennessee
2006 Tara Conner Kentucky
2005 Chelsea Cooley North Carolina
2004 Shandi Finnessey Missouri
2003 Susie Castillo Massachusetts
2002 Shauntay Hinton District of Columbia
2001 Kandace Krueger Texas
2000 Lynnette Cole Tennessee
1999 Kimberly Pressler New York
1998 Shawnae Jebbia Massachusetts
1997 Brook Lee* Hawaii
1996 Ali Landry Louisiana
1995 Chelsi Smith* Texas
1994 Lu Parker South Carolina
1993 Kenya Moore Michigan
1992 Shannon Marketic California
1991 Kelli McCarty Kansas
1990 Carole Gist Michigan
1989 Gretchen Polhemus Texas
1988 Courtney Gibbs Texas
1987 Michelle Royer Texas
1986 Christy Fichtner Texas
1985 Laura Harring Texas
1984 Mai Shanley New Mexico
1983 Julie Hayek California
1982 Terri Utley Arkansas
1981 Kim Seelbrede Ohio
1980 Shawn Weatherly* South Carolina
1979 Mary Therese Friel New York
1978 Judi Andersen Hawaii
1977 Kimberly Tomes Texas
1976 Barbara Peterson Minnesota
1975 Summer Bartholomew California
1974 Karen Morrison Illinois
1973 Amanda Jones Illinois
1972 Tanya Wilson Hawaii
1971 Michele McDonald Pennsylvania
1970 Deborah Shelton Virginia
1969 Wendy Dascomb Virginia
1968 Dorothy Anstett Washington
1967 Sylvia Hitchcock Alabama
1966 Maria Remenyi California
1965 Sue Downey Ohio
1964 Bobbi Johnson District of Columbia
1963 Marite Ozers Illinois
1962 Macel Wilson Hawaii
1961 Sharon Brown Louisiana
1960 Linda Bement* Utah
1959 Terry Huntingdon California
1958 Eurlyne Howell Louisiana
1957 Mary Leona Gage / Charlotte Sheffield Maryland / Utah
1956 Carol Morris Iowa
1955 Carlene King Johnson Vermont
1954 Miriam Stevenson South Carolina
1953 Myrna Hansen Illinois
1952 Jackie Loughery New York

*Also won Miss Universe

Texas has been the most successful state in the Miss USA pageant by a wide margin. Nine women from Texas have taken the tiara, and the Lone Star State saw an unprecedented five straight women win the title in the late 1980s.

The two most successful states in the 21st Century are North Carolina and the District of Columbia. North Carolina claims the most recent pageant winner in Cheslie Kryst, while DC has fared extremely well despite its small size.

There are still a dozen or so states that have yet to see a winner in the Miss USA pageant. Florida, Georgia, Colorado, Oregon, and New Jersey are among the states to not have an outright winner of the title.

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