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She's beauty and she's grace!
On Sunday, Olivia Jordan, AKA Miss Oklahoma, was crowned Miss USA 2015 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. With her runner-up being Miss Texas Ylianna Guerra. Congrats!
The blonde beauty's predecessor Nia Sanchez even took to Instagram to congratulate the new public figure on her big win!
Congrats to Olivia Jordan Miss Oklahoma USA…oh wait, I meant: Congrats to Olivia Jordan, Miss USA!!! 👸💙😍 #missusa @reelzchannelA photo posted by Olivia Jordan (@missusa) on Jul 12, 2015 at 8:07pm PDT
This beauty queen's victory follows Donald Trump's recent controversy which almost caused the annual event to not happen.
After being dropped by NBC and several celebrity judges and hosts, the show was eventually rescued by the Reelz network.
In fact, after all the hype, the co-owner of the pageant didn't even attend the controversial parade.
The reality star took to Twitter to explain his absence.
Not many people can still look pretty in a mug shot, but what do you expect from the former Miss Nevada USA?
Katherine Nicole Rees was arrested this week for drug-related charges, specifically ones involving meth. Yikes!
Court documents were filed on Monday that claim the former beauty queen sold methamphetamine back in September to someone named J. Peacock.
The papers also say that about a month after that, she was found with 5.3 grams of the drug. They also allege that the 30-year-old had been working with "unknown co-conspirators."
On Wednesday, a $50,000 arrest warrant was issued for her. And sadly, this isn't the first time the beauty queen found herself in a not-so-pretty situation.
Three years ago, Katherine pleaded guilty to a drug possession charge, and, as a result, had to complete a drug counseling program.
In 2008, she was also charged with resisting arrest, and only the year before that, she was was stripped of her crown and title after scandalous snapshots of her surfaced.
We're hoping this arrest is the wake-up call she needs.
[Image via Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.]
The Miss USA pageant has announced their judge lineup, and it's going to look a little different than in years past.
Gone are people like Emmitt Smith, Terrence Jenkins, and former Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera, put off by Trump's ignorant comments from the last several weeks.
Instead of those judges, though, the roster will now include:
Ever since Donald Trump made his inflammatory and straight up hateful comments about those in the Latino community, people have been wondering if any Miss USA contestants would withdraw from the competition.
Well, three women in particular think that sticking with the competition is the best way to stick it to the businessman.
Miss California Natasha Alexis Martinez recently revealed that while the comments were "extremely hurtful," she still won't be backing down:
"Not once did I think of backing out of the competition. I don't see a better way of representing the Latina community than by standing up, staring them in the face and proving them wrong: this is my story, this is what I've been able to do, these are my successes, these are my failures."
As for Puerto Rican contestant Miss Louisiana Candice Marie Bennatt, it was the "rapist" comment that upset her the most:
Since Donald Trump's awful — and continued — comments about Mexican immigrants, no one has wanted any part of him or his pageants.
In fact, so far five hosts — English and Spanish language — of Miss USA have dropped out.
It made us wonder if the Trump co-owned pageant would be able to find anyone willing to host by Sunday!
Well, we got our answer Tuesday afternoon. Reelz Channel announced new hosts Todd Newton and Alex Wehrley with backstage host Julie Alexandria via Twitter:
It seemed like Jeannie Mai was the only one who hadn't dropped out of the Miss USA pageant.
But now, all of that has changed!
The Real host had previously stated that, in spite of Donald Trump's outrageous comments regarding Mexican immigrants, she would continue to fulfill her hosting responsibilities for the show this month, explaining that she was doing it for the girls and not for the businessman.
However, the 36-year-old is changing her tune, announcing her withdrawal on Facebook by saying:
A lot of celebs are weighing in on Donald Trump's awful comments during his Presidential campaign announcement.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star not only won the title of Miss USA and competed in Miss Universe, she also appeared with The Donald on Celebrity Apprentice.
But that didn't keep her from voicing her opinion!
Kenya told us EXCLUSIVELY what she thought of Trump's comments — and it isn't pretty: