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Mrs. United States National Pageant, Inc. celebrates intelligent women of all walks of life. Our system is based on a solid commitment to uphold the standards of fairness and integrity. It prides itself in providing an avenue for each young woman to give a voice to those needing to be heard, lend a hand to those less fortunate, and be a compass for those daring to dream. At the local, state, and national level, United States National Pageants give women the opportunity to promote a platform of community service. Featuring eight divisions – Little Miss, Pre-Teen, Junior Teen, Teen, Miss, Ms., Ms. Woman, and Mrs. – United States National Pageants is recognized as “the premier event of its kind” and the largest pageant system for girls and women ages 8+ in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories.

Dates for the 2019 National Pageant are as follows:

Junior Teen & Teen United States - July 29 - August 1, 2019

Ms. & Ms. Woman United States - July 30 - August 2, 2019

Miss United States - July 31 - August 3, 2019

Mrs. United States - August 1 - August 4, 2019

United States National Pageant 2019 Results



On July 31, 2019, Amelia Hussong was crowned as the new Little Miss United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!

The remaining Top 5 contestants for Little Miss United States were:
1st Runner-up - Oakleigh Grubbs
2nd Runner-up - Lilly Mae Jackson
3rd Runner-up - Allie Booth
4th Runner-up - Lauren Hand

The remaining Top 8 contestants for Little Miss United States 2019 were:
Ayssa Guerra
Gloria Zaboura
Tenley Taylor

The People's Choice winner for the Little Miss United States 2019 division was Gloria Zaboura!

On July 31, 2019, Harleigh Fortenberry was crowned as the new Miss Pre-Teen United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!

The remaining Top 5 contestants for Miss Pre-Teen United States 2019 were:
1st Runner-up - Mogie Bradley
2nd Runner-up - Skylar Erwin
3rd Runner-up - Gabriella Miller
4th Runner-up - Malaya Rogers

The remaining Top 10 contestants for Miss Pre-Teen United States 2019 were:
Bianca Dent
Giavanna Lyerly
MaKenzie White
Elise Cates
Thea Rose Lazaro

The People's Choice winner for the Miss Pre-Teen United States 2019 division was Malaya Rogers!

On August 1, 2019, Anisha Boone was crowned as the new Miss Junior Teen United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year! On Thursday, August 15, 2019, the United States National Pageants system announced that 1st Runner-up Angel Maddox would assume the crown of Miss Junior Teen United States 2019 after dethroning the original winner Anisha Boone. In a statement posted to its official social media pages, the United States National Pageants system said that Boone violated the expectations of the system but did not specify what those expectations were.

Read the system's official statement below:

"Isabella Ilacqua had an idea over thirty years ago of empowering women through open and honest competition, in which the contestant was the focus. In keeping with this goal of being open and honest the United States National Pageants has always clearly put expectations in writing and has worked in the spirit of those expectations. It was brought to our attention after the crowning of Miss Junior Teen United States – 2019 that the Queen had violated those expectations. Unfortunately we have not been able to come to a remedy for this and are crowning the 1st Runner-Up.

We are proud to announce our new Miss Junior Teen United States – 2019, Angel Maddox. Hailing from Alabama, Angel will promote her platform “Hands of Hope” with a new megaphone that is the National Crown.

Isabella’s focus and inspiration was the women and we will continue forward as she intended by being United by Family and Community."


On August 1, 2019, Portland Tidwell was crowned as the new Miss Teen United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!

The remaining Top 5 contestants for Miss Teen United States 2019 were:
1st Runner-up - Mikayla Contreras
2nd Runner-up - Gracie Taylor
3rd Runner-up - Kiana Sisernoz
4th Runner-up - Allie Wolfe

The remaining Top 10 contestants for Miss Teen United States 2019:
Betty Kelley
Maleah Vincell
Katie Hitchens
Alaysia Nelson
Sophie Reiss

On August 2, 2019, Amanda Smith was crowned as the new Ms. United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!


On August 2, 2019, Amanda Holzen was crowned as the new Ms. Woman United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!


On August 3, 2019, Alexia Robinson was crowned as the new Miss United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!

The remaining Top 5 contestants for Miss United States 2019 were:
Brittany Bearden
Kyndal Hayes
Harleigh Lantrip
Madelyn Myers

The remaining Top 10 contestants for Miss United States 2019 were:
Samantha Anderson
Jennifer Cain
Laurel Henderson
Tiffany Rea
Serena Schreifels


On August 4, 2019, Lindsay Closson was crowned as the new Miss United States 2019 and won the opportunity to represent the United States National Pageant system for her year!

The remaining Top 5 contestants for Mrs. United States 2019 were:
1st Runner-up - LaShan Dixon
2nd Runner-up - Courtney O'Steen
3rd Runner-up - Carmen White
4th Runner-up - Emily Campbell

The remaining Top 11 contestants for Mrs. United States 2019 were:
Juliana Wilson
Lindsey Rossi
Kimberly Galske
Wendy Lerian
Chelsea George
TiNasha Fordham

How to compete in United States National Pageants?

What are the phases of competition?

Swimsuit/Fitness, On-Stage Question, Interview, Evening Gown

Age group

Teen, Little Miss, Pre-Teen, Junior Teen, Miss, Ms, Mrs, Woman

State where the pageant is held?

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

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