Miss America: Countdown to the Crown
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  • The surprise to this year's contestants were that four of them would be automatically placed in the Top 15 of the Miss America Pageant, which occurs/occurred just one day after the conclusion of Miss America

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      For the second year in a row, The Learning Channel presented a reality show entitled, Miss America: Countdown to the Crown. The purpose for this reality show, which includes all of the Miss America contestants, is to bring the pageant up to modern day standards and away from the traditional pageant where so much attention was given to being made up and fashionable, with patented answers to questions about world peace.

      What is preferred now are


      girls with a natural look, with real answers and opinions, who have a platform they truly care about.

      Last year’s show was groundbreaking because we saw more of contestants who were still wearing gobs of makeup and with hairdos that no woman was actually wearing to work. It was emotional for some, to give up what they’d been doing for years.

      This year, the Miss America contestants were already with the program. It was more of ...


      • a polishing on how to be natural and how to present themselves.

        The show really does give the viewer a sense of these women. The camera is always on them, and it just doesn’t lie. We know long before the pageant who the egotistical ones are.

        The surprise to this year’s contestants were that four of them would be automatically placed in the Top 15 of the Miss America Pageant, which occurs/occurred just one day after

        the conclusion of Miss America: Countdown to the Crown. The kicker was that it’s the viewers who were doing the voting. That means me (and yes, I voted) and people like me.

        I really like the premise of Miss America: Countdown to the Crown. If the show returns for a third season, they’ll need to be careful not to become ‘too natural’. I fear the contestants will catch on, and the reality won’t be that true.




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