Miss Rhode Island! What did you bugs think of last nights pageant?
The 2012 Miss USA Contestants, Donald Trump, Andy Cohen, and Guiliana Rancic cover “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen.
TUNE IN to NBC on June 3rd at 9PM ET to watch the 2012 MISS USA® Competition LIVE from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas! Then go behind the scenes with the After the Crowning Moment webcast on Ustream.tv at 11PM ET.
Miss Louisiana USA, Miss New Jersey USA, Miss Oklahoma USA, Miss Michigan USA,Miss Wisconsin USA and Miss USA 2011 share their jewelry tips from Diamond Nexus.
Vote for your favorite contestant: http://bit.ly/3OkYR3
Tune in on June 3rd at 9PM ET to watch the 2012 MISS USA Competition LIVE from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
Here’s a cutie lil trip down memory lane from our friends over at http://www.seattlepi.com
And don’t forget, I want to know what YOU would want to ask Miss USA as her final question! It could be chosen and determine the winner. Just tweet me @JeannieMai #AskMissUSA!!
A new Miss USA will be crowned Sunday night. Sixty-five women have worn the crown, including one for just a few days (disqualification) and four others for less than a year because they went on to greater glories (Miss Universe). The first Miss USA was crowned in 1952; she was Jackie Loughery, 21, a 5-foot-4 redhead from Brooklyn, N.Y. The pageant was created when the Miss America pageant objected to the styles offered by a swimwear sponsor; the miffed sponsor started its own pageant and housed it in Long Beach, Calif. It simultaneously created the Miss Universe contest, which began the day after the Miss USA pageant in those early days. Photo: Miss Universe L.P., LLLP / SL
What kind of questions would YOU tweeps ask to Miss USA?
2012 Miss USA Competition Twitter fan final question, details
By April MacIntyre May 29, 2012, 20:52 GMT
For the first time ever, The 2012 Miss USA Competition will invite fans to ask a final question using Twitter leading up to the telecast, airing live from the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino on June 3 at 9 PM ET on NBC.
Traditionally, the celebrity judging panel asks the Final Question of the remaining five finalists. This year, one of the five questions will come from a real fan via twitter.
Beginning tomorrow and throughout the two-hour program, fans will tweet questions to contestants using #AskMissUSA. One lucky fan question will be read to a Top Five finalist during the interview portion of the competition.
“Live tweets will be incorporated during the swimsuit and evening gown portions giving viewers an opportunity to follow what fans are saying in real time,” said Barry Adelman, executive producer, Dick Clark Productions. “We wanted to add an element of suspense by integrating social media into the Final Question portion. It will all come down to one contestant, one fan and 140 characters.”
Social media has played an integral role with the Miss USA fan base. Last year, the organization launched its first-ever online voting campaign allowing fans to vote for their favorite contestant for an automatic spot in the semifinals. The 2012 MISS USA® Competition Fan Vote returns and is taking place now through June 2 by logging on to www.missusa.com or www.NBC.com.
Last year, NBC’s Sunday telecast of the 2011 Miss USA® Competition was #1 for the night and matched the event’s highest adult 18-49 rating in six years and generated its biggest overall audience in four years, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Throughout the Miss USA competition, each contestant representing the 50 United States and the District of Columbia competes in three categories: swimsuit, evening gown and interview. The telecast concludes with Miss USA 2011 Alyssa Campanella crowning her successor.
The Miss USA telecast now reaches approximately 90 countries and territories. For more information, visit www.missusa.com.
Friendsicles, I know we have been so excited all week about Fashion Mob, but it’s time to switch gears a lil bit to the more polished side of fashion, Miss USA Pageant! I will be in Lost Vegas THIS sunday dishin the smashion fashion with the ever lovely Kelly Osbourne.
Will you be tuning in? What state are you supporting?
Kelly Osbourne and Jeannie Mai Announced as Commentators for the 2012 MISS USA® Competition in Las Vegas on June 3
This Year’s Commentators Join Andy Cohen and Giuliana Rancic Who Return as Hosts
NEW YORK, May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — NBC, Donald J. Trump and Paula M. Shugart, president of the Miss Universe Organization, announce today that Kelly Osbourne of E!’s “Fashion Police” and Jeannie Mai of Style Network’s “How Do I Look?” will serve as commentators for the 61st Annual MISS USA® Competition, which will be broadcast live from Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas on Sunday, June 3 at 9 p.m. ET.
Kelly Osbourne is a television personality, singer, actress, author, fashion designer, model and currently one of the hosts of E!’s “Fashion Police.” During the telecast, she will serve as roving commentator giving the viewers access to moments backstage, the judges and contestants.
Jeannie Mai is a style expert and TV personality. She is most known for her work as the host of Style Network’s “How Do I Look?” and has recently appeared as the Digital Fashionista on NBC’s “Fashion Star.” Mai will provide skybox color commentary during the two-hour telecast.
Prayin this all over you JeannieBUGS (Bold Unique Gorgeous sistas) out there. STRUT ON
And the mood is right to mob.
This show is takin makeovers to another level as the 3 experts, maiself, Ken Paves and Selita Ebanks, go on a search of the century to give a gaggle of 8 under-dressed, insecure, hopeful women the makeover of a lifetime.
The catch? We gotta do all this in one day! Talk about a pressure cooker!
TONIGHT on Style Network at 8/7c. Be there or be square.
Let’s face it, ladies you need help and we are here to turn your no no’s into oh oh’s as we join the mob. FASHION MOB.
Style Network. Monday, May 28, at 8/7c.
So who will it be? Who do YOU pick? Obvy these women need a lot of help, and have no fear, we are here to bibbiti-bobbity their bad fashion as they join the FASHION MOB. Style. Monday, May 28, at 8/7c.
From our friends over at Stars Entertainment.
How are you spending your Memorial Day? Make sure you are home for 8pm as a new special, on the Style Network, titled Fashion Mob will have you glued to your seats. In the special “Fashion Mob,” host Cat Deeley and the panel of experts stage a massive makeover for a group of women in need of a style rescue – and it all takes place during one day, from the selection process to the makeover consultation to the big reveal.
As hundreds of women stand in line, hoping for the transformation of their lives, Deeley listens to their style horror stories, checks out their shocking fashion faux-pas and even offers quick tips via her mobile makeover cart. Then, each person must plead her case to celebrity hair stylist Ken Paves (A-list clients include Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez and Victoria Beckham), fashion guru Jeannie Mai (Style’s “How Do I Look?”) and supermodel Selita Ebanks as to why she deserves the ultimate makeover.