The new Miss America may still be growing accustomed to her crown and sash, but that doesn’t mean she isn’t already plotting out her life post-reign. “From there I’m going to go to law school, so I’m going to use the scholarship dollars I earned through Miss America – which is actually over $45,000 prior… Read more »
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I caught up with Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei on the red carpet of Miss America 2018 in Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. Kordei was there to support her friend Miss Texas Margana Wood; Normani herself was a former Miss Teen Texas. The artist chatted about the quartet’s self-titled LP, the group’s VMA performance and more.
Fresh off covering Miss America in Atlantic City, I swung by the “Chasing News” studio in Trenton to join a panel on the notion that politics is permeating almost every type of content we consume, including both sports and entertainment. Of course, my views here are just those – my views, and no one else’s…. Read more »
When I think back to the Miss America red carpet earlier this month at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, a number of moments and interactions immediately come to mind… – This was my third consecutive year covering arrivals and the carpet was in a new location within the hall; a floor I didn’t even know… Read more »
For my third consecutive year, before traveling to Atlantic City for the Miss America competition, I chatted with some of the contestants and celebrity judges. The participants from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island called in along with Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri and first-time judge/country music superstar Thomas Rhett.
On Sunday I covered my fifth consecutive Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas. I also acted as the on-stage warm-up act, hyping and prompting the crowd before the show and during commercial breaks, for my fourth year. Here are some news and notes from my perspective both on the Magenta Carpet and backstage. – Any… Read more »
Sure some women grow up with the dream of one day becoming Miss America – but how many of them also envision the crown’s travel schedule, which involves a different state every 48 hours? “I live in airports and in hotels out of my suitcase,” the current titleholder, Savvy Shields, told me on New Year’s… Read more »
Imagine standing in the middle of Times Square on New Year’s Eve. Now picture that you’re live on the radio. And add in the fact that you have no producer, no intern, no assistant… no one. Well, no one to help you; there are obviously plenty of (read: a million) people surrounding you. Welcome to… Read more »
A new Miss America was crowned on Sunday night in Atlantic City, although you can count her in the court of Queen Beyonce. “Oh, I’m a dancer,” Savvy Shields, a 21 year-old entered the competition as Miss Arkansas, replied when I asked her about her obsession with the “Formation” singer. “Every single dancer’s dream is… Read more »
The 96th Miss America pageant took place Sunday night in Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall. I was on the red carpet before the show and spoke with a few of the judges (Cole Swindell, Gabby Douglas, Mark Cuban, Laura Marano) and one of the co-hosts, Sage Steele, about the big event.