Grace Lange will have the opportunity to represent the state of Delaware at the 2017 Miss Teen USA Pageant later this year. She is a senior at Caravel Academy and a Senior Class President. A self-described “jock,” Grace has played basketball since she was six years old. 

An avid sports fan, she enjoys cheering on the Villanova Wildcats, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Philadelphia Flyers, the University of Delaware Blue Hens, and all Caravel Academy Buccaneers. Grace plans to use her love of athletics to achieve her dream job: a sports reporter.

I had the opportunity to recently interview Grace! I appreciate her sharing her story. I hope you will enjoy this interview!


Kimberly Andres was the second runner-up of the 2017 Miss Nevada USA Pageant. She has taken a break from college where she was studying broadcast journalism and is working hard towards her dream to become a Fashion Correspondent.

The beauty queen loves cooking, walking her dogs and recently just picked up gardening. Lets know a little more about her through this interview!


"Growing up a lot of my clothes and even our food came from local church donations. So I had to get creative to be able to afford to compete. I ended up going door to door to ask for donations, $20 here, $20 there". Brittany Mason is now an international fashion model, actress, activist, pageant queen and director of Miss Universe Ireland. At the age of 16 she signed with her first modeling agency and moved into a model apartment in New York City. Shortly after she entered a local pageant and won the title of Teen Indiana. In 2008 She was crowned Miss Indiana USA, for Donald Trump's Miss Universe Organization placing in 7th at Miss USA live on NBC.

 Since, she has graced the Covers and pages of magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen Magazine, Esquire, GQ, FHM and MAXIM.  Mason is also involved with several charitable causes. As a teen, she created an anti-bullying awareness and prevention program inspired from her own experiences.

Lets know a little more about this beautiful and inspiring woman through this interview!


Brains, beauty, compassion – the contemporary image of a beauty queen has come a long way. Pageantry no longer requires you to sit down and look pretty. 

Pageant interviews often include questions related to the important issues of terrorism, the spread of ISIS and national security. So, what can a "pageant girl" do to ensure they put on a successful event, get noticed, and grow from the experience? Read on and discover Ms. Arizona America 2016, Hiba Alfatle's story!


The gorgeous Allison Tucker will have the opportunity to represent the state of Arkansas at the 2017 Miss Teen USA Pageant later this year. 

From 1986 until 2004, when Sarah French won Miss Photogenic, no Miss Arkansas Teen USA had placed or won an award at the national competition.

New directors, the Vanbros group who also direct the Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri and Oklahoma pageants, took over the management of the pageant in 2007 and since that time Arkansas had placed at Miss Teen USA three consecutive years, including Stevi Perry winning their first Miss Teen USA title in 2008.


Miranda Mack was crowned Miss South Dakota 2017. She will have the opportunity to represent her state at the Miss America Competition in Atlantic City, New Jersey on Sunday, September 10, 2017. The event will be broadcast by the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). Miss America 2017 and Miss Arkansas 2016, Savvy Shields, will officially crown her successor.