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CB Director Rafa Delfin: I Crashed The Miss Universe 2019 After Party - And Other Random Videos

Watch CB Director Rafa Delfin's last vlog for 2019 where he shares video clips from his Miss Universe 2019 experience in Atlanta. Click the banner to go to the link.

End Of The Year Review 2019

Pageantry in 2019:  Black Girl Magic, Fake Virgins, End of Philippine Supremacy From left, Kaliegh Garris, this year’s Miss Teen USA; Nia Franklin, Miss America; Cheslie Kryst, Miss USA; and Zozibini Tunzi, Miss Universe. Credit... Paras Griffin/Getty Images; Steven Ferdman/Getty Images; Stephen R. Sylvanie/USA Today Sports, via Reuters; Paras Griffin/Getty Images #BLACKGIRLMAGIC:   For the first time in the history of pageantry, the winners of all five major titles have been won by black or partially black women. Nia Franklin , representing New York, was crowned Miss America 2019 on September 9, 2018.  Kaliegh Garris of Connecticut, whose mother is white, was crowned Miss Teen USA 2019 on April 28, 2019. Four days later, Cheslie Kryst of North Carolina, whose father is white, was crowned Miss USA 2019. Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa was crowned Miss Universe 2019 on December 8 in Atlanta. Tunzi is also the first black South African woman to win Miss Universe. And finall

Miss America Crowns Camille Schrier of Virginia As Fans Criticize Changes

Camille Schrier of Virginia was crowned  Miss America 2020   Thursday night. Schrier was awarded a $50,000 scholarship and “the job of Miss America,” succeeding  2019 Miss America Nia Franklin , a classically trained opera singer from New York. Schrier, a student in the doctor of pharmacy program at Virginia Commonwealth University, touted her science background from the start, telling judges Kelly Rowland, "Queer Eye" star Karamo Brown and "Superstore" actress Lauren Ash that she's "had people who think that what I do is not necessarily a talent." Victoria Hill of Georgia, a passionate foster care advocate, was named the first runner-up and was awarded a $25,000 scholarship. The competition, now dubbed “Miss America 2.0,” has seen multiple changes since it ditched swimsuits last year in an effort to keep up with the times. No longer referred to by organizers as a “pageant,” Miss America left its longtime home in Atlantic City this year