Telugu Beauty became Miss USA

Telugu Beauty Became Miss USA

For the first time ever, a Telugu-Indian descendant girl has won the title of American paegant. Miss Newyork Nina Davuluri is crowned as Miss America 2014 by former crown holder.

Nina Davuluri is the first girl of Indian heritage to win the Miss America crown, when she is named as the queen by former Miss America Mallory Hagan. The 24 year old dusky beauty hails from Newyork city, and the events that lead to her winning are quite interesting for audiencs watching the show live from Atlantic city in Newjersey. She performed classical dance at the final round to some fusion of Bollywoood songs.

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Nina is said to be researching on functions of brain at a Newyork university apart from being contesting in beauty pageants. Another Hyderabad based girl Miss Washington DC Pavarthy Bindu also competed in the 2014 American pageant.

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  1. To the delight of tens of thousands of Indian Americans, a growing, influential and visible community in the United States, Miss New York, 24-year-old, Nina Davuluri has become the first person of Indian descent to be crowned Miss America. As the famous beauty pageant returned to Atlantic City, New Jersey, after a six-year stint in Las Vegas, Davuluri from Syracuse sashayed off with the tiara and the $50,000 scholarship cash as she was chosen to succeed former Miss New York, Mallory Hagan. Davuluri, who was also the first Indian-American to serve as Miss New York, performed a Bollywood dance for the talent part, answered a question about plastic surgery and hopes to become a doctor, like her father. Davuluri studied at St. Joseph High School and University of Michigan.

    Her scholastic honours include Dean’s List; Michigan Merit Award; National Honour Society She competed on the platform issue of “Celebrating Diversity through Cultural Competency” showcasing her talent of “Classical Bollywood Fusion,” according to Miss America organisation. Earlier, after a night of big numbers, endless crowd cheering, swimsuit strutting, dancing, singing, the 53 Miss America contestants representing 50 states, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands were narrowed down to one winner, according to USA Today. The 53 contestants introduced themselves in a taped segment with those quippy catchphrases, including “Listening to your phone calls from the Nation’s Capital. Just kidding! I’m Miss District of Columbia, Bindhu Pamarthi.” The nearly 100-year-old pageant which debuted in 1921 was televised live by ABC, which picked up the contest again in 2011 after dropping it in 2004 because of a steep ratings decline. The judges were 2004 Miss America winner Deidre Downs Gunn, the New York Knicks’ Amar’e Stoudemire, Lance Bass from the boy band ‘N Sync, comedian Mario Cantone, violinist Joshua Bell and television chef Carla Hall.

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