Sarah Rose Summers of Omaha, Nebraska, took home the crown in the renowned American beauty pageant Miss USA 2018.
Held in Shreveport, Louisiana, on May 21, 2018, this splendid contest among 50 women worked up to choose the Top 15. Miss Nebraska, however, won the hearts of the jury and the audience as well, with her jaw-dropping beauty and brains to die for.
About The New Miss USA 2018
Sarah Rose Summers is the first one from her state to win the title of Miss USA, having previously been crowned Miss Teen USA in 2012. With 23 years of age, Sarah graduated with two degrees from Texas Christian University and is currently working on becoming a certified child life specialist. We have a smart new Miss USA, folks.
An inspirational intellectual
Fabulously succeeding her way through the preliminary competitions, which include swimsuit, gown and interview competitions, Miss Nebraska pretty much nailed all of them.
What won over the judges and the viewers was her final answer in the traditional Question and Answer session. Where she smartly weaved a hypothetical question into a motivational short little speech and encouraged people to always “speak their voice” no matter what.
— powerhousePH (@powerhousePH_) May 22, 2018
Beating 50 other talented and gorgeous women and winning this prestigious title is no trivial thing, and Miss Sarah Rose humbly acknowledges it. The moment following the jury’s decision had Sarah overwhelmed with happiness and gratitude.
And your #MissUSA 2018 is…… NEBRASKA!! 👑✨ Congratulations Sarah Rose Summers!
— Miss USA (@MissUSA) May 22, 2018
It must have been ‘too good to believe’ for her, and we totally get it.
She was crowned by the previous Miss USA, Kara McCullough, in a melodramatic and fervent moment, accompanied by a lot of tears and joyous smiles.
— Miss USA & Miss Teen USA (@MissUSA) May 22, 2018
Congratulations and best of luck to Sarah Rose Summers who is awaited by several golden opportunities now that she is Miss USA 2018. She will now go on to represent U.S. in Miss Universe 2018 pageant.