Sarah Rose Summers Takes The Miss USA Crown For Nebraska
The 2018 Miss USA was crowned last night at Louisiana’s Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, and who was the winning lady? Why, it was Miss Sarah Rose Summers of Nebraska.
For those of you not terribly well-versed in pageant culture, Miss USA is a separate entity from Miss America, although it is affiliated with Miss Universe, as the Miss USA winner becomes the United States’ entrant for Miss Universe. Miss USA used to be owned by Donald Trump, but WME and IMG purchased the rights three years ago.
The 23-year-old Summers had previously won Miss Nebraska Teen USA in 2012 and had been working as a certified child life specialist before her Miss USA crowning. She is keen on promoting an agenda of fitness and a healthy relationship with food.
The contestants were asked what they would write on a sign that they would take to a march, with Summers answering “speak your voice.” She drew some of the biggest applause of the night when she said that Americans need to “listen to each other.”
There have been no reports of any envelope snafus, as hosts Nick and Vanessa Lachey appeared to have announced all the names correctly. The first runner-up was Caelynn Miller-Keyes of North Carolina, and the second runner-up was Carolina Urrea of Nevada.