THE MOST RECENT: Miss America Titles Winners for Skill, Swimsuit
The Associated Press
Neglect Minnesota Brianna Drevlow, still left, and Neglect Louisiana Laryssa Bonacquisti, right, meet reporters after winning preliminary competitions Thursday night night Sept. 7, 2017 in the Miss America competition in Atlantic City, N.J. Drevlow won for participating in a rendition of “Rhapsody In Blue” on the piano, and Bonacquisti won the swimsuit competition.
There are a two-time champion in the preliminaries as of this year’s Pass up America competition.
Miss Louisiana Laryssa Bonacquisti has won Friday night’s skill competition for her ventriloquism routine.
She triumphed in the swimsuit initial a day earlier.
In Friday’s swimsuit competition, Pass up Florida Sara Zeng was the champion.
The next Neglect America will be crowned Weekend night.
Pass up America contestants are employing their onstage time and energy to speak out against political divisiveness, and only arts education and other issues during initial competition this week.
Miss Wisconsin McKenna Collins says Americans of differing politics viewpoints need to speak to one another respectfully.
Miss Tennessee Caty Davis says opioid habit is an illness, not really a choice.
And Neglect Ohio Sarah Clapper says the public should care about athletes as humans, not just components of a fantasy activities team.
The third and final night of initial competition is Fri night.
The next Pass up America will be crowned Weekend night in Atlantic City.
The third night of the Neglect America competition gets underway Fri as contestants have one last chance to impress the judges and rating things before Sunday’s nationally televised finale.
Miss Tx Margana Wood gained the swimsuit competition Thursday, and Neglect Utah JessiKate Riley earned the talent part with a traditional violin performance over a 115-year-old instrument she’s called “Sam.”
On Thursday, Pass up Louisiana Laryssa Bonacquisti triumphed in the swimsuit competition, while Miss Minnesota Brianna Drevlow acquired the talent portion, playing “Rhapsody In Blue” on the piano.
On Saturday, contestants will showcase their state-specific footwear in the twelve-monthly “Show Us Your Shoes” parade on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.
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