Emma Broyles Crowned Miss America 2022 After Last Year’s Competition Was Canceled Due to Pandemic – Miss Alaska Emma Broyles formally made it happen to bring home the title (and the dazzling crown) on Thursday, Dec. 16.
Fifty ladies from across the U.S. — every one of the states and Washington, D.C. were addressed aside from Maine, whose applicant pulled out after testing positive for COVID-19 — sought the title of Miss America 2022 and the $435,000 grant, including a $100,000 aggregate that will go straightforwardly to the victor.
Out of appreciation for the centennial commemoration, previous Miss Americas returned as co-hosts and specialists for the last leg of the opposition.
Miss America 2014 Nina Davuluri and Miss America 2004 Ericka Dunlap co-facilitated the 100th show, while Miss America 2009 Katie Stam Irk, Miss America 2000 Heather French Henry and Miss America 1990 Debbye Turner Bell filled in as specialists.
The 100th commemoration of the yearly rivalry was held at Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun Resort and communicated in real-time across untouched zones on NBCU web-based feature Peacock at 8 p.m.
Already, Miss Virginia Camille Schrier has delegated Miss America in 2019, however, conveyed the title for one more year because of the COVID-19 scratch-off of the 2020 event.
Before being delegated Miss America 2022, Broyles additionally talked during the show about her more seasoned sibling, who has Down condition, and her contribution with the Special Olympics since the time he was qualified to be a competitor.
2021 Miss America is currently gushing on Peacock.