Miss America 2019

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Miss America 2019
Date September 9, 2018 (2018-09-09)
Presenters Ross Mathews[1]
Carrie Ann Inaba[1]
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Broadcaster ABC
Winner Nia Franklin
New York (state) New York
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The Miss America 2019 pageant was the 92nd Miss America pageant, though the Miss America Organization celebrated its 98th anniversary in 2018.[2] This discrepancy is due to national pageants not being held from 1928–1932 or in 1934 because of financial problems associated with the Great Depression.[3] The 2019 pageant was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.[4] On May 23, 2018, it was announced that the pageant would air live on ABC on Sunday, September 9, 2018.[5]

At the end of the event, Miss America 2018, Cara Mund of North Dakota, officially crowned her successor, Nia Franklin of New York, as Miss America 2019.[6][7]

Overview

Miss America 2.0 / Changes to competition and judging criteria

On June 5, 2018, it was announced that Miss America contestants would no longer be judged based on their physical appearance and that the national Miss America event would be considered a competition, rather than a pageant, and the titleholders now candidates, rather than contestants.[8][9][10][11][12] When the program aired on September 9, 2018, the swimsuit competition was replaced with state titleholders participating in a live interactive session with the judges, "to highlight her achievements and goals in life and how she will use her talents, passion, and ambition to perform the job of Miss America."[9][10][11] The red carpet, formerly evening gown, competition allowed contestants to choose clothing, "that makes them feel confident, expresses their personal style, and shows how they hope to advance the role of Miss America."[8][13] In interviews, Gretchen Carlson, the chair of the Board of Trustees of the Miss America Organization, emphasized the organization's desire to be more welcoming, "open, transparent, [and] inclusive to women," and to prioritize displaying the talent and scholarship in the contestants.[8][14] These changes was announced by Carlson and the Miss America Organization after numerous titleholders were crowned after competing in state pageants with swimsuit competitions.[15] At the time the Miss America 2019 competition began, 46 of 51 state organizations (as well as 23 former Miss America winners) had signed a petition calling for the resignation of Carlson and CEO, Regina Hopper, from the Miss America Organization.[16] The states who had not signed were Arkansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nevada, and Vermont.[16]

Organization of competition

The preliminary competition will consist of private interviews, "red carpet" evening wear, on stage interview, and talent competitions. At the end of each of the three preliminary nights, winners of the talent and on stage interview competitions will be announced.[17] The private interview is a ten-minute session during which the candidate answers questions from the panel of preliminary judges which took place on September 4 and 5. The interview accounts for 20% of each titleholder's preliminary score.[18] The "red carpet" evening wear competition (making up 15% of preliminary scores) consists of candidates walking down a literal red carpet and then being given 8 seconds to answer rapid fire questions relevant to their "social impact initiative," formerly referred to as a platform.[18][19] The on stage interview preliminary award is replacing the lifestyle and fitness (swimsuit) preliminary award which was awarded at every Miss America pageant from 1940 to 2018.[17] This interview portion of the competition makes up 15% of the preliminary score and consists of each candidate being asked a question by the judges and then having 20 seconds to answer.[20] The results from each woman's talent will make up 50% of her preliminary score.[21] Scores from the preliminary competition will determine the top 15 finalists who will go on to compete on the televised final night of competition.[15]

For the final night of competition, the top 15 candidates were selected based on their scores from the preliminary competition, which accounted for 25% of their final night score.[15][22] The top 15 were first scored by the final night judges in an onstage interview with questions written by fellow finalists (termed "peer-to-peer questions"), accounting for 25% of their final night score and with ten contestants advancing.[22] The top ten competed in the "red carpet" evening wear portion of the competition, contributing 20% of their scores. No candidates were eliminated after evening wear, and all top 10 performed their talent, serving as 30% of their total score.[22] The total scores after these phases of competition determined the top 5 contestants.[23] Each remaining candidate then drew a number to select a judge and had 20 seconds to answer that judge's assigned question; the scores from these questions then determined the winner of the competition and the placement of the other finalists.[23]

Judges

Preliminary judges

On September 4–7, 2018, judges for the preliminary competition will select winners of the preliminary competitions as well as the top 15 finalists for the final night of competition on September 9, 2018. The panel will include president and founder of Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, Bonnie Carroll; arts and education executive, Courtney Blackwell Burton; Emmy Award-winning hair designer and stylist, Bobby H. Grayson; musician, J'Anna Jacoby; managing editor of The Root, Lyne Pitts; TV host and New York Times bestselling author, Nancy Redd; and entrepreneur, Bill Townsend.[24]

Final night judges

The panel of judges on the final night of competition on September 9, 2018 included professional boxer, Laila Ali; radio host, Bobby Bones; Grammy-winning producer and musician, Randy Jackson; country singer and TV personality, Jessie James Decker; TV journalist, Soledad O'Brien; entrepreneur and podcast host, Alli Webb; and singer/songwriter, Carnie Wilson.[25]

Results

Placements

Final results Contestant(s)
Miss America 2019[26]
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10[35]
Top 15[35]

Awards

Preliminary awards

Awards Contestants
On Stage Interview
Talent

Quality of Life awards

Results Contestant Platform
Winner Arkansas Arkansas – Claudia Raffo[39] New Life Saves Lives: Umbilical Cord Donation
1st runner-up Maryland Maryland – Adrianna David The Kidney Project
2nd runner-up Mississippi Mississippi – Asya Branch Finding Your Way: Empowering Children of Incarcerated Parents
Finalists[40]
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia – Allison Farris Women in Technology
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia – Annie Jorgenson Patch of Confidence #IGotThis
New Jersey New Jersey – Jaime Gialloreto Don't Get Nutty: Food Allergy Awareness
Tennessee Tennessee – Christine Williamson Alzheimer's Awareness: Fundraising, Advocating, and Providing Hope

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

Results Contestant
Winner South Carolina South Carolina – Davia Bunch
1st runner-up Kansas Kansas – Hannah Klaassen
2nd runner-up Alabama Alabama – Callie Walker

STEM Scholarship awards

Results Contestant
Winners[41]
Finalists[40]

Women in Business Scholarship awards

Results Contestant
Winners[41]
Finalists[40]

Other awards

Awards Contestant(s)
Miss Congeniality
Non-finalist Talent Awards
People's Choice Award

Candidates

The Miss America 2019 candidates are:

State Name Hometown Age[a] Talent Placement Special awards Notes
Alabama Alabama Callie Walker[42] Birmingham 21 Ballet en Pointe, "Hoe-Down" from Rodeo Top 10 CMN Miracle Maker Award 2nd runner-up Daughter of Miss Alabama 1985, Angela Tower Walker[43]

Previously Miss Alabama's Outstanding Teen 2012[42][44]
Alaska Alaska Courtney Schuman[45] Anchorage 24 Original Speech Contestant at National Sweetheart 2016 pageant
Arizona Arizona Isabel Ticlo[46] Chandler 24 Bollywood Dance, "JBJ" by Mahalakshmi Iyer
Arkansas Arkansas Claudia Raffo[47] Jonesboro 22 Jazz Dance, "That's Life" Quality of Life Award Winner[39]
California California MacKenzie Freed[48] Lodi 23 Vocal, "Hit Me With a Hot Note"
Colorado Colorado Ellery Jones[49] Greenwood Village 21 Monologue Top 10
Connecticut Connecticut Bridget Oei[50] Hebron 22 Irish Step Dance, "Reel of Arrivals" 1st runner-up
Delaware Delaware Joanna Wicks[51] Wilmington 24 Speed Painting, "Confident"
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Allison Farris[52] Jasper, AL 24 Classical Piano, "Hungarian Rhapsody" by Franz Liszt Top 10 Quality of Life Award Finalist
Florida Florida Taylor Tyson[53] Jupiter 23 Classical Piano, "Mephisto's Waltz" by Franz Liszt 3rd runner-up Preliminary Talent Award[20][38] Accepted to Stetson University College of Law[20]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Annie Jorgensen[54] Athens 22 Jazz Dance, "Feeling Good" by Michael Bublé Quality of Life Award Finalist Previously Miss Wisconsin's Outstanding Teen 2011[55]

Previously Miss High School America 2013[56]
Hawaii Hawaii Penelope Ng Pack[57] Honolulu 23 Vocal, "They Just Keep Moving the Line" from Smash Non-finalist Talent Award

Women in Business Scholarship[41]
Idaho Idaho Nina Forest[58] Pocatello 21 Piano, "Rhapsody Brillante" Top 10
Illinois Illinois Grace Khachaturian[59] Champaign 21 Lyrical Dance, "You Raise Me Up" Previously Miss Illinois' Outstanding Teen 2012[60]
Indiana Indiana Lydia Tremaine[61] Kendallville 20 Vocal, "That's Life" Top 15 Preliminary Talent Award[36]
Iowa Iowa Mikhayla Hughes-Shaw[62] Rock Island, IL 21 Violin, “Chrystalize” by Lindsey Stirling Eligible as a student and recent graduate of University of Iowa[62]
Kansas Kansas Hannah Klaassen[63] Arkansas City 19 Tap Dance, "The Greatest Show" from The Greatest Showman CMN Miracle Maker Award 1st runner-up
Kentucky Kentucky Katie Bouchard[64] Owensboro 23 Clogging, "Soul Man"
Louisiana Louisiana Holli' Conway[65] Monroe 24 Vocal, "I Believe" 2nd runner-up Preliminary Talent Award[37]
Maine Maine Olivia Mayo[66] Minot 20 Vocal, "Send in the Clowns"
Maryland Maryland Adrianna David[67] Rockville 24 Vocal, "You've Got Possibilities" Quality of Life Award 1st runner-up Previously Miss Maryland USA 2017[68]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Gabriela Taveras[69] Lawrence 23 Vocal, "Rise Up" 4th runner-up People's Choice Award

Preliminary On Stage Interview Award[36]

STEM Scholarship[41]
Michigan Michigan Emily Sioma[70] Grass Lake 24 Tap Dance, "Gotta Push On" Made national news when she used her introduction during the Miss America telecast to highlight the ongoing Flint water crisis rather than state her academic credentials, by stating, "From the state with 84 percent of the U.S. fresh water, but none for its residents to drink..."[71]
Minnesota Minnesota Michaelene Karlen[72] Kasson 23 Contemporary Ballet, "Symphony No. 3" by Philip Glass Top 15
Mississippi Mississippi Asya Branch[73] Booneville 20 Vocal, "The Impossible Dream" from Man of La Mancha Quality of Life Award 2nd runner-up
Missouri Missouri Katelyn Lewis[74] Lake St. Louis 22 Vocal, "Memory" from Cats
Montana Montana Laura Haller[75] Helena 24 Ballet en Pointe, "Spanish Dance" Non-finalist Talent Award

STEM Scholarship[41]
Nebraska Nebraska Jessica Shultis[76] Dannebrog 24 Monologue Top 10 Women in Business Scholarship Finalist
Nevada Nevada Alexis Hilts[77] Las Vegas 23 Piano, "Transcendental Étude No. 4" by Franz Liszt STEM Scholarship[41] Previously Miss Nevada's Outstanding Teen 2008[78]
New Hampshire New Hampshire Marisa Moorhouse[79] Manchester 18 Jazz Dance, "Respect" STEM Scholarship Finalist
New Jersey New Jersey Jaime Gialloreto[80] Woolwich Township 18 Contemporary Jazz Dance, "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" Quality of Life Award Finalist
New Mexico New Mexico Ashley Fresquez[81] Rio Rancho 23 Jazz Dance, "Man of La Mancha" Previously Miss New Mexico's Outstanding Teen 2009[82]
New York (state) New York Nia Franklin[83] Brooklyn 25 Operatic Vocal, "Quando m'en vò" from La bohème Winner
North Carolina North Carolina Laura Matrazzo[84] Chapel Hill[84] 23 Rhythm Tap Dance, "Are You Ready for a Miracle?"
North Dakota North Dakota Katie Olson[85] Williston 20 Lyrical Dance, "I Will Wait"
Ohio Ohio Matti-Lynn Chrisman[86] Cambridge 22 Vocal, "Life of the Party"
Oklahoma Oklahoma Ashley Thompson[87] Oklahoma City 23 Tap Dance, "Like That" Top 15
Oregon Oregon Taylor Ballard[88] Portland[88] 25 Jazz Dance, "Salute"
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Kayla Repasky[89] Gettysburg 22 Contemporary Dance, "Every Breath"
Rhode Island Rhode Island Alexandra Coppa[90] Cranston 22 Jazz Dance Previously Miss Rhode Island's Outstanding Teen 2012[91]
South Carolina South Carolina Davia Bunch[92] Spartanburg 21 Ballet en Pointe, "Portugal of the Man" CMN Miracle Maker Award
South Dakota South Dakota Carrie Wintle[93] Iroquois 23 Piano, "The Final Countdown" Women in Business Scholarship[41] Previously Miss South Dakota's Outstanding Teen 2008[94]
Tennessee Tennessee Christine Williamson[95] Chattanooga 22 Vocal, "Never Enough" from The Greatest Showman Quality of Life Award Finalist

Women in Business Scholarship Finalist
Texas Texas Madison Fuller[96] Fairfield 23 Ventriloquism, "I've Been Everywhere" Non-finalist Talent Award Previously Miss Texas' Outstanding Teen 2010[97]
Utah Utah Jesse Craig[98] Orem 22 Violin, "Flight of the Bumble Bee" Non-finalist Talent Award Daughter of Miss Utah 1991, Elizabeth Johnson Craig[99]
Vermont Vermont Julia Crane[100] Colchester 22 Tap Dance, "Hit the Road Jack" Miss Congeniality

STEM Scholarship Finalist
Contestant at National Sweetheart 2016 pageant
Virginia Virginia Emili McPhail[101] Roseboro, NC 22 Piano, "The Phantom of the Opera" Preliminary On Stage Interview Award[37] Previously Miss North Carolina's Outstanding Teen 2013[102]
Top 8 at Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2014[103]

Eligible as student at Hollins University[101]
Washington (state) Washington Danamarie McNicholl[104] Spokane 23 Piano, "Curse of the Black Pearl" from Pirates of the Caribbean Top 15
West Virginia West Virginia Madeline Collins[105] Charleston 23 Jazz Dance, "Shake Your Groove Thing"
Wisconsin Wisconsin Tianna Vanderhei[106] Wisconsin Rapids 25 Contemporary Dance, "Lean on Me" Top 15 Preliminary On Stage Interview Award[20][38]
Wyoming Wyoming Beck Bridger[107] Sheridan 22 Vocal, "At Last"

Notes

  1. ^ Ages at the time of the pageant

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