Emmy Rose Cuvelier From South Dakota Wins Miss World America 2019
Emmy Rose Cuvelier from South Dakota was crowned as Miss World America 2019 on the grand finale of the pageant on 12th October, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Miss World America 2019 was the 11th edition of the said pageant, which witnessed the participation of 42 young and talented women from different nooks and corners of United States of America. During the conclusion of the pageant, the outgoing titleholder, Marisa Butler of Maine passed on her crown to her successor, who is now all set to represent United States of America at the 69th edition of the Miss World pageant in London this December.
Emmy is a business owner and child advocate. At the age of 21, she opened her own Children’s entertainment company, and at present she is the proud owner of a fairytale inspired accessory shop. She have had the opportunity to perform in musicals, film, and television, but she opines that her ultimate goal is to use her talents to give back to critically ill children in need.
Megan Gordon from South Carolina was adjudged as the first runner up to Miss World America 2019, while Peyton Brown from North Carolina emerged as the second runner up. Meanwhile, Rachel Miller from Massachusetts was titled as the third runner up and Kayli Obrero from Hawaii finished as the fourth runner up to Miss World America 2019.
The United States has continuously sent a representative to Miss World since its inception in 1951. The United States has won the Miss World crown three times in 1973, 1990 and 2010.
- Miss World America 2019- South Dakota – Emma Rose Cuvelier
- 1st Runner-Up – South Carolina – Megan Gordon
- 2nd Runner-Up- North Carolina – Peyton Brown
- 3rd Runner-Up- Massachusetts – Rachel Miller
- 4th Runner-Up – Hawaii – Kayli Obrero
Top 10 Finalists
- Arizona – Elisabeth Bradley
- California – Manju Bangalore
- Indiana – Jessica Hopper
- New York – Kiana Gonzalez
- Pennsylvania – Lauren Roush
Top 25 Semi-Finalists
- Alabama – Kellie Giles
- Alaska – Marjana Chowdhury
- Connecticut – Karla Aponte Roque
- Illinois – Alexandra Plotz
- Kansas – Amulya Chava
- Kentucky – Emma Rhodes
- Maryland – Kenyatta Beazer
- Mississippi – Anna Catherine Kendricks
- New Hampshire – Catherine McCann
- Ohio – Kaamilah Wahid
- Oklahoma – Priscilla Wang
- Oregon – Yesenia Avellaneda
- Rhode Island – Katie Pham
- Texas – Lucy Lopez
- Wyoming – Alexandria Elizabeth Hodnik