Miss America 2010 Winner
January 17, 2011 by Post Team
Miss America 2010 Winner, (AP) – Fifty-three women are vying for the crown of Miss America on Saturday night, an honor that carries with it a scholarship and a run of 50,000 and one year as an idol for many young girls across the country.
Caressa Cameron, Miss America 2010 set to crown the victor after a two-hour competition broadcast live on ABC nationally.
After an opening number, hosts Brooke Burke and Chris Harrison announce the 16 finalists, including one chosen by fans voting through mobile and online. The girls will then compete in swimsuit, evening gown, talent contest and interview, and a panel of judges will select a winner.
The competition is the final week of preliminary competition, each queen having already won the state crown. The 53 applicants to include a representative from each State, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Preliminary scores count toward the 30 percent score for a candidate to enter the top five. The talent competition counts for 30 percent, while the evening gown competition jersey and each count for 20 percent. After the five final candidates to answer a question on stage, each judge’s rank. The winner will be determined solely from the ballot.
Playoff three contestants – Miss Hawaii Jale Fuselier, Miss Alabama, Ashley Davis and Miss Oklahoma Emoly West – won every night swimsuit competition and $ 1,000 each. Miss Rhode Island Deborah Saint Vil, Miss North Carolina and Miss Adrienne Core Nebraska Teresa Scanlan each won talent contests, winning 2,000 each.
The first prize is 50,000 to between 349,000 and awards presented by the Miss America Organization at the national level. The organization bills itself as the provider of the country’s largest scholarship for women.
Each candidate was guaranteed at least 3,000 and, with the first runner-up reception and 25,000 and third place winner is $ 20,000.
Pageant officials said Friday that Michigan Miss Katie LaRoche and 6,000 won for the quality of life of the award, a scholarship awarded for volunteer service and community. LaRoche platform is the awareness of human trafficking. Kayla Martell, Miss Delaware was the first runner-up award, while Miss New Jersey was second runner-up Ashleigh Udalovas.
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