Olivia Jordan of Oklahoma Crowned Miss USA 2015

Olivia Jordan won the title Miss USA 2015 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Digital cable network Reelz aired the pageant after Univision and NBC dropped out due to Donald Trump’s racist and controversial comments about Mexico. Trump himself chose not to come, saying he had to attend to his presidential campaign.

To fill the hosting gaps, the show brought back old Miss USA and Miss Universe contestants as judges, once most celebrities refused to take part in an event related to Donald Trump.

Jordan is a former Miss World America 2013 and a quarter-finalist in Miss World (top 20) held in Bali, Indonesia. The a 26-year-old from Tulsa, Oklahoma has appeared in several national/international commercials and feature films. She is a graduate of Boston University, where she earned a degree in health science. As a model, Olivia has walked for Sherri Hill in New York Fashion Week 2015 and the runway at Miami Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim 2014. She has also been featured in Cosmopolitan, Shape and Vogue Japan. Olivia has been recognized by Children of the Night, a group dedicated to getting children out of prostitution, for her work with the organization.

She will now get ready to compete in Miss Universe 2015. There’s no date or venue for the pageant yet.


First Runner Up:
Miss Texas USA, Ylianna Guerra, will assume the duties of Miss USA 2015 if the titleholder is named Miss Universe 2015 or if for some reason Miss USA cannot fulfill her duties.

Second Runner Up:
Miss Rhode Island USA, Anea Garcia

Rest of Top Five:
Miss Nevada USA, Brittany McGowan
Miss Maryland USA, Mame Adjei

Rest of Top Eleven:
Miss Alabama USA, Madison Guthrie
Miss Delaware USA, Renee Bull (first time ever Delaware made the cut in Miss USA)
Miss Hawaii USA, Emma Wo
Miss Louisiana USA, Candice Bennatt
Miss Michigan USA, Rashontae Wawrzyniak
Miss Kentucky USA, Katie George

Rest of Top Fifteen:
Miss Arizona USA, Maureen Montagne
Miss Illinois USA, Renee Wronecki
Miss New York USA, Thatiana Diaz
Miss Virginia USA, Laura Puleo

MISS PHOTOGENIC USA™ Award: Miss Indiana USA Gretchen Reece. A blue ribbon panel selected the delegate who exemplifies beauty through the lens of a camera. She was awarded a $1,000 cash prize.

MISS CONGENIALITY USA™ Award: Miss Alaska USA Kimberly Agron and Miss Delaware USA Renee Bull tied for the award, marking the first time ever that two contestants received the honor in Miss USA history. This award reflects the respect and admiration of the contestants’ peers, who voted for both as the most congenial, charismatic and inspirational participant. Each contestant was awarded a $1,000 cash prize.


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