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Miss USA & Teen USA 2014

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Miss USA & Teen USA
Date of Event: 3 Jun 2014 - 8 Jun 2014
Event Location: Raising Cane's River Center, Baton Rouge, La, Baton Rouge, LA, USA
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Miss USA & Teen USA 2014 Contestants


Bishara Dorre

Miss Wisconsin USA

Charisse Haislop

Miss West Virginia USA

Allyson Rowe

Miss Washington USA

Gina Bernasconi

Miss Vermont USA

Angelia Layton

Miss Utah USA

Brittney Palmer

Miss South Dakota USA

Christina Palavra

Miss Rhode Island USA

Valerie Gatto

Miss Pennsylvania USA

Emma Pelett

Miss Oregon USA

Brooklynne Young

Miss Oklahoma USA

Olivia Olvera

Miss North Carolina USA

Kamryn Blackwood

Miss New Mexico USA

Emily Shah

Miss New Jersey USA

Bridget Brunet

Miss New Hampshire USA

Erica Sturdefant

Miss Missouri USA

Chelsea Reardon

Miss Mississippi USA

Elizabeth Ivezaj

Miss Michigan USA

Audrey Banach

Miss Kansas USA

Mekayla Diehl

Miss Indiana USA

Yvette Bennett

Miss Idaho USA

Eleanna Livaditis

Miss Colorado USA

Helen Wisner

Miss Arkansas USA

Kendall Bautista

Miss Alaska USA

Samantha Dahlborg

Miss Maine USA

Moani Hara

Miss Hawaii USA

Kelsey Miller

Miss Delaware USA

Tiana Griggs

Miss Georgia USA

Ciera Nicole Butts

Miss District of Columbia USA

Haley O'Brien Kalil

Miss Minnesota USA

Kristy Landers Niedenfuer

Miss Tennessee USA

Audra Mari

Miss North Dakota USA

Carlyn Bradarich

Miss Iowa USA

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Miss Teen USA 2014 Results

The Miss Teen USA 2014 pageant ended with K. Lee Graham winning the title of Miss Teen USA 2014! Miss Teen USA 2014 took place at Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas on August 2, 2014.

Top 5 at the Miss Teen USA 2014 pageant were:

First Runner-Up - Vaeda Mann
Second Runner-Up - Sydney Robertson
Third Runner-Up - Bianca Vierra
Fourth Runner-Up - Valentina Sanchez

Top 15 at the Miss Teen USA 2014 pageant were:

Savannah Wix
Mia Jones
Zoe Parker
Bailey Medeiros
Iris Robare
Brooklynne Bond
Morgan Moseley
Kellie Stewart
Lexsey Marrara
Patience Vallier

Special Awards at Miss Teen USA 2014 were:

Sydney Robertson won Miss Congeniality.
Baskin Champion won Miss Photogenic.

Miss USA 2014 Results

Miss USA 2014 is Nia Sanchez! Phases of competition for the Miss USA 2014 pageant include interview, swimsuit, onstage interview, and evening gown.

Miss USA 2014 Onstage Question and Answer

Miss Iowa

She was asked if she would agree with a recent New York Times story that suggested narcissism was an epidemic that was causing today's youth to turn into a "hyper-entitled, self-absorbed generation." She said that she believed that technology has made it possible for youth to post pictures and videos of themselves and said: "That kinda, to me, seems narcissistic."

Miss North Dakota

Allie LaForce asked if college was relevant anymore given that it's hard to get a job after graduation. Audra answered by saying that "I do think going to college is relevant at this point. I know my parents' generation, there was are a lot of people who are extremely successful who never did get a college degree, but in this day and age I know it's extremely hard to find a job, even after four years of college. So I do think it's extremely important to go and get your education and, I guess, further your education after high school."

Miss Florida

Randy Couture wanted to know what separated her from the other contestants. First of all, this question was such a softball compared to the one about swapping prisoners, so she should have knocked this out of the park.

"Well, I have to tell you that being up here is an honor to be with these women. They are absolutely phenomenal and I've really gotten to know them over the past couple weeks. However, I think that I'm bringing something new to the table. My father passed away with complications of Crohn's and colitis, and I'd really love to bring that forward, and raise money and awareness, and bring it home for my dad."

Miss Nevada

Rumer Willis wanted to know why Nia thought that college sexual assaults have been kept so quiet and how colleges can respond to that (and by the way, really? This one also makes the "what makes you unique" question seem like such a easy question).

She responded: "I believe that some colleges may potentially be afraid of having a bad reputation and that would be a reason it could be swept under the rug, because they don't want that to come out into the public. But I think more awareness is very important so women can learn how to protect themselves. Myself, as a fourth-degree black belt, I learned from a young age that you need to be confident and be able to defend yourself. And I think that's something that we should start to really implement for a lot of women."

Miss Louisiana

I feel bad for her because she clearly got the most difficult question of the night being asked about whether the government should have released 5 Guantanamo Bay prisoners for American POW Bowe Bergdahl.

"I am glad that we got our guy back. However, I do not feel it is right that we subject ourself to these acts of terrorism. I do agree with our guy being back but, however, I do not think that we should subject ourselves."

Miss Georgia

Karl Malone gave her an open 30 seconds to say whatever she wanted to political leaders.

Her response: "I say that we should lead our country by faith. For me, I know that when I go to bed at night I pray for my family as well as the leaders of the country. I think if we pull together and work together, we are able to make more of a difference than setting ourselves apart. That's what I would say."

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