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Miss Teen USA 2013
DateAugust 10, 2013
Presenters
VenueGrand Ballroom, Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, The Bahamas
Broadcaster
Entrants51
Placements16
WinnerCassidy Wolf
 California
CongenialityJasmine Fuelberth
 Nebraska
PhotogenicGraham Turner
 Oklahoma
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Miss Teen USA 2013 was the 31st Miss Teen USA pageant, held on August 10, 2013 at Atlantis Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas and was hosted by Australian journalist Karl Jeno Schmid and Miss Teen USA 2003 Tami Farrell. Logan West of Connecticut crowned her successor Cassidy Wolf of California at the end of the event. The 50 states and the District of Columbia competed for the title and the pageant was webcast on the official Miss Teen USA website via Ustream and on Xbox Live.

Results

Placements

Final Results Contestant
Miss Teen USA 2013
1st Runner-Up
2nd Runner-Up
3rd Runner-Up
4th Runner-Up
Top 16

Voted into Top 16 as America's Choice via Internet/SMS Messaging

Special Awards

Award Contestant
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic

Historical significance

Events

Fan vote

Fans can vote for a delegate to reach the semifinals (Top 16) July 15-August 9. The fan vote was won by Missouri Brenda Smith-Lezama.

Preliminary competition (Ustream)

A preliminary round was conducted on August 9, a day before the finals.

Finals (Ustream & Xbox Live)

The Top 16 was announced during the Final Show and they competed in the Swimsuit and Evening Gown rounds. After the Evening Gown competition, the girls were interviewed backstage by Karl Schmid, sending the show to an intermission. The Top 5 were announced and asked questions about themselves. Then the judges asked questions prepared for them. Each finalist were allowed 30 seconds to answer the question. The judges took one last look at the Top 5 Finalists and Logan West takes her final walk as Miss Teen USA before crowning her successor, Cassidy Wolf.

Judges

Delegates

State Name Hometown Age[2] Height[3] Placement Notes
Alabama Alabama Lorin Holcombe Alexander City 18 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Top 16
Alaska Alaska Kimberly Agron Anchorage 18 5 ft 4 in
163 cm
Later Miss Alaska USA 2015 and awarded Miss Congeniality at Miss USA 2015
Arizona Arizona Olivia Argue Paradise Valley 17 5 ft 7 in
170 cm [4]
Sister of Molly Argue, Miss Arizona Teen USA 2011
Arkansas Arkansas Abby Floyd Searcy 17 5 ft 9 in
175 cm
Top 16 Later Miss Arkansas USA 2016 and top 10 at Miss USA 2016
California California Cassidy Wolf Temecula 19 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Miss Teen USA 2013
Colorado Colorado Chloe Brown Grand Junction 18 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Later Miss Colorado USA 2018
Connecticut Connecticut Kendall Leary Wallingford 18 5 ft 5 in
165 cm
Delaware Delaware Hailey Lawler Newark 18 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Originally first runner-up, but assumed the title after winner Melissa King resigned on February 26, 2013 when she may have appeared in a pornographic video.[5]
Washington, D.C. District of Columbia Despina Ades Washington, D.C. 19 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Florida Florida Brianne Bailey Weston 18 5 ft 11 in
180 cm
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Julia Martin Marietta 18 5 ft 9 in
175 cm
3rd Runner Up Previously Miss Georgia's Outstanding Teen 2011, top 10 at Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2012
Hawaii Hawaii Samantha Neyland Honolulu 17 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Top 16 Later Miss Hawaii USA 2020 and top 10 at Miss USA 2020
Idaho Idaho Lorena Haliti Meridian 17 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Sister of Erza Haliti, Miss Idaho USA 2011
Illinois Illinois Grayson Hodgkiss Downers Grove 16 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Indiana Indiana Darrian Arch Chesterton 18 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Later Miss Indiana USA 2018
Iowa Iowa Morgan Kofoid Leon 18 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Later Miss Iowa USA 2020
Kansas Kansas Alyssa Klinzing Olathe 15 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Top 16 Later Miss Kansas USA 2019 and top 10 at Miss USA 2019
Kentucky Kentucky Gracie Sapp Lexington 15 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Louisiana Louisiana Bailey Hidalgo Denham Springs 15 5 ft 11 in
180 cm
Top 16
Maine Maine Delaney Seavey Portland 17 5 ft 3 in
160 cm
Maryland Maryland Hannah Brewer Manchester 16 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Top 16
Massachusetts Massachusetts Madyson Milordi Lynnfield 18 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Michigan Michigan Ruby King Ludington 18 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Minnesota Minnesota Maggie McGill Plymouth 19 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
4th Runner Up
Mississippi Mississippi Madison Brock Crystal Springs 18 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Missouri Missouri Brenda Smith-Lezama Columbia 19 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Top 16
Montana Montana Maurissa Gunn Laurel 17 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Later a season 24 contestant of The Bachelor
Nebraska Nebraska Jasmine Fuelberth Norfolk 16 5 ft 5 in
165 cm
"Miss Congeniality" Later Miss Nebraska USA 2017
Nevada Nevada Amanda Jenkins Reno 19 5 ft 5 in
165 cm
  • Later 1st runner-up at Miss Nevada USA 2016
  • Later 4th runner-up at Miss Nevada USA 2017
New Hampshire New Hampshire Kelsea Campbell Auburn 18 5 ft 10 in
178 cm
New Jersey New Jersey Christina Thompson Holmdel 17 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Top 16
New Mexico New Mexico Addi Smith Las Cruces 17 5 ft 5 in
165 cm
New York (state) New York Nikki Orlando Smithtown 16 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Top 16
North Carolina North Carolina Kelsey Barberio Apex 17 5 ft 3 in
160 cm
North Dakota North Dakota Emilee Mahar Fargo 17 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Ohio Ohio Brittany Reid Springfield 18 5 ft 6 in
168 cm
Oklahoma Oklahoma Graham Turner Edmond 17 5 ft 4 in
163 cm
Miss Photogenic
Oregon Oregon Summer Pilcher Milwaukie 17 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Later 2x top 15 semifinalist at Miss Oregon USA
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Ebone Jimerson North Wales 18 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Rhode Island Rhode Island Elaine Collado Providence 17 5 ft 9 in
175 cm
South Carolina South Carolina Tori Sizemore Anderson 17 5 ft 10 in
178 cm
1st Runner Up
South Dakota South Dakota Alexis Rupp Sioux Falls 18 6 ft 0 in
183 cm
Tennessee Tennessee Emily Suttle Franklin 17 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Top 16 Later Miss Tennessee USA 2022
Texas Texas Daniella Rodriguez Laredo 17 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Later Miss Texas USA 2016
Utah Utah Chloe Crump Highland 16 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Vermont Vermont Sophia Hadeka Fair Haven 15 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Previously Miss Vermont's Outstanding Teen 2011
Virginia Virginia Caelynn Miller-Keyes Fredericksburg 18 5 ft 5 in
165 cm
Washington (state) Washington Imani Blackmon Tacoma 18 5 ft 7 in
170 cm
Later Miss Washington USA 2020
West Virginia West Virginia Haley Holloway Morgantown 18 5 ft 9 in
175 cm
2nd Runner Up Later Miss West Virginia USA 2019
Wisconsin Wisconsin Kate Redeker Sheboygan 17 5 ft 10 in
178 cm
Top 16 Later Miss Wisconsin USA 2016
Wyoming Wyoming Autumn Olson Saratoga 18 5 ft 8 in
173 cm
Later Miss Wyoming USA 2016

Historical significance

Availability

While the webcast will be available worldwide via the Miss Teen USA website, Xbox Live's broadcast of the pageant will only be available in the following countries:

References

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  2. ^ "Miss Teen USA : Members". missuniverse.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-09.
  3. ^ "Miss Teen USA : Members". missuniverse.com. Archived from the original on 2013-07-09.
  4. ^ "Miss Arizona Teen USA 2013 Olivia Argue". M.beautypageantnews.com. 2013-01-06. Retrieved 2013-05-22.
  5. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20130301034308/http://www.sex.com/news/blog/2013/02/26/miss-delaware-teen-usa-melissa-king-sex-video/. Archived from the original on March 1, 2013. Retrieved February 26, 2013. ((cite web)): Missing or empty |title= (help)
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