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Saturday, June 15, 2013

MISS USA 2013 REVIEW: MARYLAND - NEW HAMPSHIRE


The 62nd Miss USA will be crowned on Sunday, June 16th at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. 51 delegates representing the 50 states and the District of Columbia will be competing for the crown. Last year’s winner Olivia Culpo from Rhode Island went on to win Miss Universe 2012, which meant that her runner-up, Nana Meriwether from Maryland inherited the Miss USA 2012 title. After 6 months of appearances alongside Culpo, South African born Meriwether will crown the next Miss USA this Sunday. The producers have promised changes which could shake up pageant but they will not reveal any details until the final telecast. There some really stunning girls competing for the Miss USA title. Let’s hope the best girl ends up with the Miss USA crown on her head. After observing the 51 delegates for the past three weeks, here is our final review:

KEY:

POSSIBLE WINNER - ******
POSSIBLE TOP 5 FINALIST - *****
POSSIBLE TOP 10 SEMI-FINALIST - ****
POSSIBLE TOP 16 QUARTER FINALIST - ***
UNLIKELY TO PLACE - **
HIGHLY UNLIKELY TO PLACE - *

MARYLAND: KASEY STANISZEWSKI ******
Kasey is just so fierce and sizzling hot. She could give Maryland a back-to-back for sure. She has not put a foot wrong and managed to impress every single time. Maryland could win again, and this time not by default. The only thing I would change is her evening gown.

MASSACHUSETTS: SARAH KIDD **
Sarah was styled quite well during the preliminaries and she made quite an impact. She looked especially great in gown. That being said, she will probably not survive this first cut in this fierce group.

MICHIGAN: JACLYN SCHULTZ ***
Michigan’s Jaclyn Schultz is really tall and elegant. She worked really hard and came very well prepared. She definitely stood out and she could very well be included in the top 16.

MINNESOTA: DANIELLE HOOPER ******
I am obsessed with Miss Minnesota after the preliminaries. She looked amazing – really elegant and glamorous and she is a classic beauty. I would not be surprised if she causes an upset and takes it all. Even though my heart still belongs to Alabama, I would not all be upset if Danielle stole the crown.

MISSISSIPPI: PAROMITA MITRA **
I was rooting for Paromita to do well. I love her sultry beauty. But during the preliminaries it was very obvious that she is REALLY short. So I don’t think that she will place. She is a really accomplished woman though and should feel proud of her achievements.

MISSOURI: ELLIE HOLTMAN *
Well done to Ellie for winning her state title and making the most of this experience. The competition is just too strong this year but I hope she enjoyed being part of this pageant.

MONTANA: KACIE WEST **
Once again, Kacie has nothing to be ashamed about. She can be happy about a credible performance but the competition is just too strong.

NEBRASKA: ELLIE LORENZEN *
Nebraska rarely gets much buzz and this year is no exception. I just don’t see it happening for them this year.

NEVADA: CHELSEA CASWELL ***
I am making the mistake of comparing her to last year’s Miss Nevada who I just find totally sensational. I am probably underestimating this girl. She was super sexy in both gown and swimsuit. So she could go much further than a possible top 16 placement. A lot of people think Nevada will be in the top 5 again but I am not so sure. I am keeping an eye on her though.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: AMBER FAUCHNER **

Amber was one of the girls I was closely following as I believed her short hair could make her stand out. Actually I am not really sure if it worked in her favor. I found her to be “playing it safe” most of the time. Yes, the short hair made her stand out… but she could have gone even edgier and that could have really worked in her favor.
Photos: www.missusa.com

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