Miss America 2018

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Miss America 2018
Cara Mund.jpg
Date September 10, 2017 (2017-09-10)[1]
Presenters Chris Harrison[2]
Sage Steele[2]
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey[1]
Broadcaster ABC[1]
Withdrawals Puerto Rico
Winner Cara Mund
North Dakota North Dakota
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Miss America 2018 was the 91st Miss America pageant, though the Miss America Organization celebrated its 97th anniversary in 2017. This discrepancy is due to no national pageants being held from 1928-1932 or in 1934 because of financial problems associated with the Great Depression.[3] The 2018 pageant was held in Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Sunday, September 10, 2017.[1][4] This was the first Miss America pageant to be held in Atlantic City since the Miss America Organization headquarters relocated to Boardwalk Hall.[5]

The event was broadcast by the American Broadcasting Company (ABC).

On July 24, 2017, it was announced that Chris Harrison and Sage Steele would be returning to co-host the Miss America pageant for the second year in a row.[2]

Miss America 2017 Savvy Shields of Arkansas, officially crowned her successor Cara Mund of North Dakota as Miss America 2018 at the end of the event.

Overview

Judges

Preliminary judges

From September 6–8, 2017, judges for the preliminary competition selected the winners of the preliminary talent and lifestyle and fitness competitions as well as the top 15 finalists for the final night of competition on September 10, 2017. The panel included entertainment lawyer, Carolyn Conrad; Global Government Affairs and Policy leader for Baker Hughes, Karen Knuston; CNN White House reporter, Kate Bennett; casting director, Patrick Rush; actor, Rusty Joiner; Miss America 1978, Susan Perkins Botsford; and dancer and actress, Vivian Nixon.[6]

Final night judges

The panel of judges on the final night of competition on September 10, 2017 included country singer, Thomas Rhett; actress, author, and model, Molly Sims; Grammy-nominated singer and actress, Jordin Sparks; People Magazine's Editor in Chief, Jess Cagle; journalist, actress, and CEO of AfterBuzz TV, Maria Menounos; Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri; and Olympic gold medalist, Tara Lipinski.[7][8][9]

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant(s)
Miss America 2018
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 7
Top 10
Top 12
Top 15

§ America's Choice

Awards

Preliminary awards

Awards Contestants
Lifestyle and Fitness
Talent

Quality of Life awards

Results Contestant Platform[28]
Winner Alabama Alabama - Jessica Procter[15][29] Step Up to the Plate: Decreasing Food Insecurity
1st runner-up North Dakota North Dakota - Cara Mund[29] A Make-A-Wish Passion with Fashion
2nd runner-up South Carolina South Carolina - Suzi Roberts[30] Children’s Advocacy: Ensuring the Rights of Every Child
Finalists[31][32]
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia - Briana Kinsey Daring to Defeat Diabetes
Kansas Kansas - Krystian Fish Remove the Labels: Be Unstoppable
Minnesota Minnesota - Brianna Drevlow Brenna’s Brigade: Juvenile Arthritis Awareness
Mississippi Mississippi - Anne Elizabeth Buys Water for Life

Children's Miracle Network (CMN) National Miracle Maker awards

Results Contestant
Winner South Carolina South Carolina - Suzi Roberts[30][33]
1st runner-up North Carolina North Carolina - Victoria Huggins[30]
2nd runner-up Massachusetts Massachusetts - Jillian Zucco[34]

STEM Scholarship awards

Results Contestant
Winners[34]
Finalists

Women in Business Scholarship awards

Results Contestant
Winners
Finalists[38]

Other awards

Awards Contestant(s)
Miss Congeniality
Dr. Marcia L. Leek Scholarship
Non-finalist Talent Award[40]

Contestants

  • The Miss America 2018 contestants are:[28]
State Name Hometown Age Talent Placement Special awards Notes
Alabama Alabama Jessica Procter[42] Tuscaloosa 21 Vocal, "Over the Rainbow" Top 7[15] Quality of Life Award Winner[29] Previously Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen 2013
2nd runner-up at Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2014
Alaska Alaska Angelina N. Klapperich[43] Wasilla 23 Piano, "Bumble Boogie" Top 15[22] Miss Congeniality[39] Previously Miss Alaska's Outstanding Teen 2010[44]

Contestant at National Sweetheart 2013
Arizona Arizona MaddieRose Holler[45] Phoenix 19 Vocal, "I'd Give My Life For You" Previously Miss Arizona's Outstanding Teen 2013
Arkansas Arkansas Maggie Benton[46] Jonesboro 22 Vocal, "The Music of the Night"
California California Jillian Smith[47] Grass Valley 22 Piano, "Malagueña"
Colorado Colorado Meredith Winnefeld[48] Highlands Ranch 23 Dance Twirl, "He's a Pirate" Non-finalist Talent Award[40]

Women in Business Scholarship Winner[36]
Blind in right eye since birth[49]

Previously Miss Colorado's Outstanding Teen 2011

Former featured twirler at Arizona State University
Connecticut Connecticut Eliza Lynne Kanner[50] Hamden 21 Operatic Vocal, "Memory" from Cats
Delaware Delaware Chelsea Bruce[51] Manasquan, New Jersey[52] 21 Dance Eligible as a student at the University of Delaware[51]
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Briana Kinsey[53] Birmingham, Alabama 24 Pop Vocal, "Born for This" 3rd runner-up[13] Quality of Life Award Finalist[31]

STEM Scholarship Winner[34]
Florida Florida Sara Zeng[54] Palm Coast 22 Classical Piano, "Fantaisie-Impromptu" in C Sharp minor by Frédéric Chopin Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award[25]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Alyssa Beasley[55] Brunswick 19 Lyrical Dance, "When Your Feet Don't Touch the Ground" Top 12[20]
Hawaii Hawaii Kathryn Teruya[56] Honolulu 21 Jazz Dance, "I Want to be a Rockette" Previously Miss Hawaii Teen USA 2012[57]

Winner of the Miss Teen USA Fan Vote, earning her a spot in the Top 16[57]

Sister of Miss Hawaii Teen USA 2017, Lauren Teruya[58]
Idaho Idaho Taylor Lance[59] Boise 23 Vocal, "Something Small" by Carrie Underwood
Illinois Illinois Abby Foster[60] Danville 21 Jazz Dance to Grease medley Top 15[23] America's Choice[23] Currently an NFL cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts[61]
Indiana Indiana Haley Begay[62] Pittsboro 19 Vocal, "Hallelujah"
Iowa Iowa Chelsea Dubczak[63] Holmen, Wisconsin 23 Operatic Vocal, "Sempre Libera" from La traviata Non-finalist Talent Award[40]
Kansas Kansas Krystian Fish[64] Wichita 21 Vocal, "They Just Keep Moving the Line" from Smash Quality of Life Award Finalist[31]
Kentucky Kentucky Molly Matney[65] Center 20 Vocal, "He Taught Me to Yodel" STEM Scholarship Winner[34]
Louisiana Louisiana Laryssa Bonacquisti[66] Monroe 22 Ventriloquism, "I Wanna Be a Cowboy Sweetheart" Top 7[16] Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award[26]

Preliminary Talent Award[25]
Daughter of Miss New Jersey 1990, Lynette Falls Bonacquisti[67]
Maine Maine Katie Elliott[68] Scarborough 22 Vocal, "Someone to Watch Over Me" Previously Miss Maine's Outstanding Teen 2012
Maryland Maryland Kathleen Masek[69] Westminster 22 Theatrical Dance Women in Business Scholarship Finalist[38]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Jillian Zucco[70] Mattapoisett 24 Vocal, "The Impossible Dream" CMN Miracle Maker Award 2nd runner-up[34]

STEM Scholarship Winner[34]
Top 10 at National Sweetheart 2015
Michigan Michigan Heather Kendrick[71] Marysville 23 Violin, "Bad Romance" Appeared on America's Got Talent with electro-pop violin group, Nuclassica[49]
Minnesota Minnesota Brianna Drevlow[72] Thief River Falls 23 Classical Piano, "Rhapsody in Blue" Non-finalist Talent Award[40]

Preliminary Talent Award[26]

Quality of Life Award Finalist[31]
Mississippi Mississippi Anne Elizabeth Buys[73] Vicksburg 21 Ballet en Pointe, "Viva!" Quality of Life Award Finalist[31] Previously Miss Mississippi's Outstanding Teen 2013
Missouri Missouri Jennifer Davis[74] Saint Charles 23 Bollywood Dance, “Naacho Re” 1st runner-up[11] Published author of children's book, "Diversity Matters"[75]
Montana Montana Maddie Murray[76] Corvallis 18 Vocal, "God Help the Outcasts"
Nebraska Nebraska Allison Tietjen[77] Chester 21 Piano, "The Phantom of the Opera" STEM Scholarship Finalist[35]
Nevada Nevada Andrea Martinez[78] Las Vegas 23 Vocal, “His Eye in on the Sparrow” STEM Scholarship Finalist[34]
New Hampshire New Hampshire Lauren Percy[79] Bow 23 Broadway Jazz Dance, "Another Day in the Sun" from La La Land Dr. Marcia L. Leek Scholarship Previously Miss New Hampshire's Outstanding Teen 2011
New Jersey New Jersey Kaitlyn Schoeffel[80] Egg Harbor Township 24 Dance, SHUT UP + DANCE 2nd runner-up[12] Previously Miss New Jersey's Outstanding Teen 2007
New Mexico New Mexico Taylor Rey[81] Las Cruces 22 Vocal, “Art Is Calling for Me” Top 15[24]
New York (state) New York Gabrielle Walter[82] Clarence 24 Broadway Vocal, "You'll Never Walk Alone" from Carousel Current student at the University of Buffalo School of Law[82]
North Carolina North Carolina Victoria Huggins[83] St. Pauls 23 Vocal, I Will Always Love You CMN Miracle Maker Award 1st runner-up[30] Former contestant on Star Search[83] and American Idol Season 10[84]

Top 15 at National Sweetheart 2015
North Dakota North Dakota Cara Mund[85] Bismarck 23 Jazz Dance, “The Way You Make Me Feel” Miss America 2018[10] Quality of Life Award 1st runner-up[29] Previously Miss North Dakota's Outstanding Teen 2010[85]

Accepted to law school at Notre Dame University[85]
Ohio Ohio Sarah Clapper[86] Louisville 23 Piano, "White Water Chopsticks" Women in Business Scholarship Winner[37]
Oklahoma Oklahoma Triana Browne[87] Oklahoma City 24 Vocal, "Summertime"
Oregon Oregon Harley Emery[88] Springfield 20 Classical Piano, "Moonlight Escapade" Previously Miss Oregon's Outstanding Teen 2013
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Katie Schreckengast[89] Palmyra 21 Alto Saxophone, Listen from Dreamgirls Top 10[17] Previously Miss Pennsylvania's Outstanding Teen 2013
Rhode Island Rhode Island Nicolette Peloquin[90] Newport 21 Acrobatics, "All That Jazz"
South Carolina South Carolina Suzi Roberts[91] Pawleys Island 24 Lyrical Dance, Heaven Is a Place on Earth by Katie Thompson Top 10[18] CMN Miracle Maker Award Winner[33]

Quality of Life Award 2nd runner-up[30]
Former NFL cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons[49]

Enrolled at the University of South Carolina School of Law
South Dakota South Dakota Miranda Mack[92] Redfield 21 Operatic Vocal, Habanera from Carmen
Tennessee Tennessee Caty Davis[93] Knoxville 22 Vocal, I Have Nothing Top 12[21]
Texas Texas Margana Wood[94] Houston 22 Contemporary Dance, "When We Were Young" by Adele 4th runner-up[14] Preliminary Lifestyle & Fitness Award[27] Previously Miss Texas' Outstanding Teen 2012
Utah Utah JessiKate Riley[95] Beaver 20 Classical Violin, "Praeludium and Allegro" by Fritz Kreisler Non-finalist Talent Award[40][41]

Preliminary Talent Award[27]
Previously Miss Utah's Outstanding Teen 2014
Vermont Vermont Erin Connor[96] Bridport 22 American Sign Language, "The Greatest Love of All" Previously Miss Vermont's Outstanding Teen 2010

Obtained pilot's license at age 16 and piloted plane to Atlantic City for Miss America pageant[97]
Virginia Virginia Cecili Weber[98] Roanoke 22 Contemporary Jazz Dance, "Last Dance" Top 10[19] Previously Miss Ohio's Outstanding Teen 2010
Washington (state) Washington Nicole Renard[99] Kennewick 22 Jazz Dance, "I Love Me" by Meghan Trainor Previously Miss Washington's Outstanding Teen 2011[100]

Previously crowned Distinguished Young Woman of America 2013[101]
West Virginia West Virginia Tamia Hardy[102] Martinsburg 22 Hip Hop Dance, BURNITUP! by Janet Jackson First African American woman crowned Miss West Virginia[103]
Wisconsin Wisconsin McKenna Holly Collins[104] Waunakee 21 Ballet en Pointe, Habanera from Carmen Previously a company member at the Madison Ballet[105]
Wyoming Wyoming Cheyenne Buyert[106] Sheridan 19 Vocal, "Puttin' on the Ritz" Women in Business Scholarship Finalist[38]

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