Miss Oklahoma USA
TypeBeauty pageant
Miss USA
Official language
Key people
John M. Vannatta
Jason Vannatta
Jennifer Vannatta-Fisher, State Pageant Director
WebsiteOfficial website

The Miss Oklahoma USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Oklahoma in the Miss USA pageant. This pageant is directed by Vanbros and Associates, headquartered in Shawnee, Kansas. In 1997, Oklahoma joined the Vanbros group of state pageants for the Miss USA and Teen USA system.

Olivia Jordan was crowned Miss USA 2015 on July 12, 2015, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, becoming the first contestant from Oklahoma to win the national title, and as well the 34th state to have the national title. Oklahoma is in the top 20 states in terms of the number of semi-finalists.

Six Miss Oklahoma USA titleholders have previously competed at Miss Teen USA, five as Miss Oklahoma Teen USA, and one as Miss Illinois Teen USA. Four have also competed at Miss America.

Danika Christopherson of Lawton was crowned Miss Oklahoma USA 2024 on April 14, 2024, at OCCC Performing Arts Center in Oklahoma City. She will represent Oklahoma at Miss USA 2024.

Gallery of titleholders

Results summary


Oklahoma holds a record of 28 placements at Miss USA.



Color key
Year Name Hometown Age[^] Local title Placement at Miss USA Special awards at Miss USA Notes
2024 Danika Christopherson Lawton 22 Miss The Village TBA TBA
2023 Liv Walbeck Norman 21 Miss Norman
2022 Ashley Ehrhart Oklahoma City 25 Miss Heart of Oklahoma
2021 Albreuna Gonzaque Warr Acres 28 Miss North Oklahoma City Best State Costume – 3rd Place Shortest reigning Miss Oklahoma USA at 9 months and 22 days
2020 Mariah Davis Moore 24 Miss Moore 2nd runner-up Longest reigning Miss Oklahoma USA at 1 year, 5 months and 16 days
2019 Triana Browne[1] Tulsa 25 Miss Riverside 2nd runner-up
2018 Cheyene Darling Oklahoma City 19 Miss South Oklahoma City
2017 Alex Smith[3] Mooreland[3] 22 Miss NorthWest Oklahoma
2016 Taylor Gorton[4] Glenpool[4] 23 Miss South Tulsa Top 15
2015 Alexandra "Alex" Miller[5] Oklahoma City 26 Miss Oklahoma City did not compete
  • Originally first runner-up, assumed the title when Olivia Jordan won Miss USA[5]
  • Later became Miss 52 USA 2016 in a nationwide contest and competed at Miss USA 2016[5]
Olivia Jordan Tulsa 26 Miss Tulsa Miss USA 2015
2014 Brooklynne Young Norman 19 Miss Metro Tulsa Top 20 Quarter-Finalist
2013 Makenzie Muse[citation needed] Yukon 20 Miss Surrey Hills
2012 Lauren Lundeen Edmond 20 Miss Edmond Top 10 Finalist
2011 Kaitlyn Smith Norman 22 Miss North Norman
2010 Morgan Woolard Moore 20 Miss Stillwater 1st Runner-up
2009 Lauren Lunday Altus 25 Miss Southwest Oklahoma
2008 Lindsey Jo Harrington Frederick 21 Miss Southwest Oklahoma 3rd Runner-up
2007 Caitlin Simmons Lawton 21 Miss Jenks
2006 Robyn Watkins Norman 24
2005 Laci Scott Oklahoma City 18 Top 10 Finalist Was contestant on NBC game show Fear Factor in 2005 on the Miss USA episode #5.29 (4th place)
2004 Lindsay Hill Mooreland 19 3rd Runner-up
2003 Star Williams Oklahoma City 22 Top 10 Semi-finalist
2002 Kasie Head Braman 21 Briefcase model on Deal or No Deal
2001 Cortney Phillips Yukon 21 Top 10 Semi-finalist
2000 Amanda Penix Shawnee 20
1999 Dia Webb Boise City 25 Top 10 Semi-finalist Niece of singer/songwriter/composer Jimmy Webb
1998 Anne-Marie Dixon Oklahoma City 21
1997 Trisha Stillwell Edmond 21 Miss Oklahoma City Top 10 Semi-finalist
1996 Heather Crickard Oklahoma City 25 Top 6 Finalist
1995 DuSharme Carter Oklahoma City 24 Top 12 Semi-finalist
1994 Angela Parrick Oklahoma City
1993 Brenda Caudle Oklahoma City
1992 Maya Walker Oklahoma City 24
1991 Julie Khoury Oklahoma City 22 Top 6 Finalist
1990 Lauralynn Norton Tulsa 22 Spokesmodel on Star Search 1990, Toured with USO '90
1989 Jill Scheffert Oklahoma City 20 1st Runner-up
1988 Tamara Walker Norman 18 Top 10 Semi-finalist
1987 Dyan Rody Oklahoma City Miss Oklahoma City
1986 Teresa Lucas Oklahoma City 23 Top 10 Semi-finalist Assumed the state title when the original winner resigned shortly after winner the state crown.
1985 Sophia Henderson Tulsa 23 Top 10 Semi-finalist
1984 Julia Murdock Shawnee 18 Top 10 Semi-finalist
1983 Mignon Merchant Oklahoma City 22 Top 12 Semi-finalist
1982 Jill Liebmann Oklahoma City Mother of Lauren Hudman, Miss Nevada Teen USA 2008 and Britney Barnhart Miss Nevada Teen USA 2018, and Mrs. Nevada 2016 [6]
1981 Stacey Loach Oklahoma City
1980 Martha Streightoff Norman
1979 Susan Gibson Norman
1978 Nancy Lippold Norman Top 12 Semi-finalist
1977 Kathy Malchar Dill City
1976 Lori Hansen Alva
1975 Gayla Bryan Oklahoma City Best State Costume
1974 Yugonda Willits Enid
1973 Martha Buchanan Stillwater
1972 Pam Vennerberg Midwest City Miss Midwest City
1971 Kim Hardesty Tulsa
1970 Evelyn Walkup Oklahoma City
1969 Deborah Federsen El Reno
1968 Linda Bertozzi Oklahoma City
1967 Becky Berry Norman
1966 Melva Brown Oklahoma City
1965 Cheryl Semrad Oklahoma City Top 15 Semi-finalist Miss Photogenic 2nd Runner-up in the 1965 Maid of Cotton Pageant
1964 Jackie Maloney Oklahoma City Top 15 Semi-finalist
1963 Roberta Mosier Tulsa Top 15 Semi-finalist
1960 Suzanne Moore Oklahoma City
1959 Sondra Osbourne Oklahoma City
1957 Rose Mary Raab Oklahoma City
1953 Barbara Bond Oklahoma City
1952 Trula Birchfield Oklahoma City 4th Runner-up

^ Age at the time of the Miss USA pageant


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  2. ^ "Triana Browne, Miss Oklahoma City, crowned Miss Oklahoma 2017". TulsaWorld.com. June 10, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Tillman, Savannah. "Road to Miss Oklahoma". Ranger Pulse. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
  4. ^ a b c Tramel, Jimmie (28 January 2016). "Former NFL cheerleader from Glenpool graduates to Miss Oklahoma USA". Tulsa World. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
  5. ^ a b c Leach, Robin (2 June 2016). "2016 Miss USA preliminaries: Alex Miller of Oklahoma is Miss 52 USA". The Las Vegas Sun. Retrieved 15 February 2017.
  6. ^ "New Mrs. Nevada America Lauren Cahlan follows in Mom's high heels - Las Vegas Sun News". lasvegassun.com. Archived from the original on 2016-03-05.