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  • Miss Teen USA has officially removed the bathing suit competition from its pageant. According to USA Today, the Miss Universe organization announced that the 51 women in the pageant will be judged in a brand-new athletic wear competition, rather than swimsuits.
  • And Donald Trump wasn't even there!
  • Another pageant, another Q&A fail to make you question our educational systems.
  • Trump bailed on the pageant, but his recent incendiary comments about illegal Mexican immigrants left a mark.
  • Miss Oklahoma, Olivia Jordan, took home the Miss USA crown Sunday night, beating out 50 other women.
  • Miss Oklahoma, Olivia Jordan, won big at the 2015 Miss USA pageant on Sunday, July 13, beating out 50 women to win the crown -- get details!
  • The Miss USA pageant has arrived! These 51 beautiful ladies will compete tonight, July 12, for the Miss USA crown. Find out who is representing your state, and vote for the girl you think will take home the win! We are so ready for the glitz and glamour of the Miss USA pageant! The highly-anticipated event is taking place tonight, July 12, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Check out the 51 ladies competing for the top spot before the pageant, and vote for the girl you believe the reigning Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, will hand off the crown to!
  • The Miss USA pageant has arrived! These 51 beautiful ladies will compete tonight, July 12, for the Miss USA crown. Find out who is representing your state, and vote for the girl you think will take home the win! We are so ready for the glitz and glamour of the Miss USA pageant! The highly-anticipated event is taking place tonight, July 12, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Check out the 51 ladies competing for the top spot before the pageant, and vote for the girl you believe the reigning Miss USA, Nia Sanchez, will hand off the crown to!
  • Donald Trump won't be at the Miss USA Pageant taking place in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Sunday night, after repeatedly saying he would attend the event. The ?billionaire real estate mogul and 2016 Republican presidential candidate tweeted Saturday night that he would miss the event "because I am campaigning in Phoenix."
  • For weeks the Miss USA pageant has been overshadowed by comments made by Donald Trump denigrating Mexican immigrants. But as women from across the country take the stage Sunday, organizers hope the focus will finally shift to the talented women taking part in the 63rd annual contest. "We're really making this a celebration about the women," said Paula Shugart, president of the Miss Universe Organization. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for them."
  • Dumped by NBC and Univision over Donald Trump’s remarks about “rapists” immigrants, the Miss USA beauty pageant will still be televised out of Baton Rouge on July 12 after all thanks to some new friends in cable. In a deal with the Trump co-owned Miss Universe Organization, Reelz has picked up exclusive rights.
  • A local 88 year old woman was named and official Honorary, Miss USA given her sash and crown and congratulated by Donald Trump thanks to some hard-working high school students. Members of the community honored and crowned Helen Warren as the first-ever Ms. Second Wind Dreams. The surprise crowning took place at Sunrise at East Cobb senior living facility. Warren's beauty pageant dream was discovered by a group of
  • Ryan Poston was supposed to be on a date with another woman -– a beauty pageant champion -– on the night that his on-again, off-again girlfriend fatally shot him.
  • A former Miss USA contestant finds herself at the center of a sensational murder trial making headlines around the nation. Former Miss Ohio Audrey Bolte had a date with a handsome Ryan Poston, a 29-year-old lawyer. But prosecutors say that on the night of their hot date, Poston's longtime girlfriend shot him six times in a jealous rage.
  • This summer might bring the second time Miss USA is crowned in Baton Rouge, but the event won't be a replay of 2014. Paula Shugart, the president of the Miss Universe Organization, which manages the Miss USA pageant, said 2015 will bring more than just 51 new beauty queens to the city. The organization has plans to elevate the look and feel of how it's produced, too, although her team is just beginning the long process of piecing together the July 12 pageant.