On Sunday, Steve Harvey got a break from the pageantry world as cohosts Julianne Hough and Terrence Jenkins hosted Miss USA — and they even announced the right name!
During the competition, not only did Ashley Graham give viewers a peek behind-the-scenes to show us what goes on backstage at pageants, but the Backstreet Boys performed both As Long As You Love Me and I Want it That Way!
But the most important moment of the night came when the final three ladies — Miss Hawaii, Miss Georgia, and Miss District of Columbia — took the stage to find out the new winner!
Unsurprisingly, Miss District of Columbia Deshauna Barber took the crown as both the crowd and judges seemed to adore her from the start! Miss Hawaii was named the runner-up and Miss Georgia was the second runner-up.
Over the weekend, the boys sat down with 103.4 KTU's Cubby and Carolina and dished on the rumors of the Wannabe ladies getting together with the longtime boy band but sadly A.J. McLean dished that plans have "kind of fizzed out," saying:
"From what I've heard, they want to do their own tour. I think it's their 20th anniversary, were back in the studio making a brand new album, so everyone's doing their own thing."
There is hope though as McLean also revealed:
"God willing, down the road, maybe it could happen. But as of right now it's not happening. They're doing their thing, we're focusing on our thing. But I think it would be something awesome if it did happen."
We mean between Hozier, Backstreet Boys' A.J. McLean, and Karrueche Tran the step and repeat couldn't have been MORE star studded. In fact, we got a chance to EXCLUSIVELY chat (above) with them all and a few other celebs too.
Be sure to ch-ch-check out Hozier dishing about his dreams to become a bear, A.J. opening up about Nick Carter's Florida bar brawl, and Miz Tran's admission about who she was looking forward to seeing the most at the awards show (HINT: It WASN'T ex Chris Brown).
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In case you haven't been following the past few days, the 86-year-old (as of today! HBD William!) has been using Twitter to encourage fans to vote for ANYONE except Nick.
And when asked why he's so adamant about getting the newly-engaged reality star off the dancing series, the celeb responded by saying, "He lives up to the homonym of his last name," and, "Leopards don't change their spots."