Amanda Debus crowned Miss Delaware 2016

By | On June 13, 2016

Amanda Debus will represent Delaware this fall at the Miss America Pageant. She was crowned Miss Delaware 2016 on Saturday, according to the state pageant website. Debus entered the pageant as Miss First State. Her talent is contemporary ballet. Her pageant platform is “All Aware: Allergy Awareness.” The final night of pageantry and the crowing of a new Miss America will be televised on Sept. 11 by the ABC television network

It will not be the first time Debus has represented Delaware at a national pageant. As Miss Delaware’s Outstanding Teen 2008, she was a contestant for Miss America’s Outstanding Teen. The teen pageant is the younger-sister pageant within the Miss America Organization. Contestants are ages 13-17 years old. They are judged on the basis of talent, interviews, fitness and evening gowns. They compete for scholarships and other awards.
Debus also reigned for one year as Miss Delaware Teen USA. She competed at the Miss Teen USA Pageant. Teens compete in interviews, swimsuits and evening gowns. The Miss Teen USA Pageant is part of the Miss Universe Organization.
If she is crowned Miss America, she will become the first contestant from her state to hold the national title since Delaware began competing in 1933. Four Delaware contestants have finished in the top 10, and another two have finished in the top 15. She was crowned Saturday by Miss Delaware 2015 Brooke Mitchell, who won a non-finalist talent award at last year’s Miss America Pageant.

In addition to its regular miss and teen pageants, the Miss Delaware Scholarship Organization sponsors the Princess Program, which mentors girls ages 5-12 who have expressed interest in competing in the regular pageants when they get older.

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