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June 08, 2014

The 63rd Miss USA 2014 coronation

 Miss USA 2014 live stream: top 10 contestants, and finalists

The 63rd Miss USA 2014 competition and coronation will take place Sunday, June 8.

There will be a top 20 - swimsuits, rounding down to a top 10 - evening gown, and the final top 6.
This year's event will be held at the Baton Rouge River Center in Baton Rouge, La., and will be aired live on NBC from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET.
The winner will represent the USA at Miss Universe 2014.

Miss USA 2014: Miss Nevada Nia Sanchez takes the crown


  Sanchez took the title over Miss North Dakota Audra Mari, the first runner-up. The second runner-up was Miss Georgia Tiana Griggs; third runner-up, Miss Louisiana Brittany Guidry; fourth runner-up, Miss Florida Brittany Oldehoff; and fifth runner-up, Miss Iowa Carlyn Bradarich.

Giuliana Rancic and Thomas Roberts will be hosting the show, with special performances lined up for the night..
Florida Georgia Line has been added to the list of performers, along with special guest Nelly, Marc Broussard, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Bands. Also added to the musical lineup is Latin pop band Camila.
Miss USA commentator Jeannie Mai will also be returning to interview contestants backstage.
For the first time, the Miss USA competition has been extended to a three-hour show.
Fans will be able to vote for their favorite contestants through Twitter online during the evening gown competition. Fans can vote by tweeting #SaveTheQueen along with a keyword that will be provided during the live telecast.

51 delegates have been confirmed. The information from Miss USA Official website, where they will be taking part in the swimsuit, evening gown and interview process. 

One of the 51 contestants vying for the Miss USA title this weekend in Baton Rouge, La., will be West View native Valerie Gatto.
The 24-year-old graduate of North Hills High School and the University of Pittsburgh comes to the competition with an unusual back story and hopes her positive attitude combined with hard work and sacrifice will help to inspire others.
She says she was raised in a household filled with love and support but did not have the traditional family. According to the biography on Ms. Gatto’s website, her mother was raped at knifepoint and became pregnant. She kept the pregnancy secret until close to the birth and had planned to give up her daughter for adoption. But then her great-grandmother told her: “God doesn’t give you more than you can handle.” The single mother listened and decided to raise her daughter with the help of God and her family.
Ms. Gatto says she does not know her father.
She has found strength in her faith. “To me, God is my father,” she says. “I truly believe he put me here for a reason.”
Her mother told her about the circumstances of her conception when Ms. Gatto was 10, but the young girl did not share her story with others until high school. People were moved, and she realized that she could serve as a source of inspiration for others.
Ms. Gatto used her platform as Miss Pennsylvania USA to reach a greater number of people with her message of encouragement.
“I hope to empower people of all ages through my story,” she says.
Ms. Gatto’s road to the Miss USA pageant began when she was just 4. After receiving a direct mailer advertising a pageant in Pennsylvania, Ms. Gatto decided to enter herself into the competition. Despite her young age, she called up the pageant directly to register. Her first pageant, however, was not like the “Toddlers and Tiaras”-type of events shown on reality television, she says.
As she grew, she continued to compete in small pageants. While her classmates were interested in becoming police officers or superheroes, Ms. Gatto remained focused on one goal — Miss USA.
She was crowned Miss Pennsylvania USA 2014 last December.
Since graduating college, she has pursued acting, modeling and a marketing career. She starred in the independent film “Croaker,” which was shot in Canonsburg.
“Right now I am just focusing on Miss USA,” she says. She’s in Baton Rouge this week, touring the competition’s host city, which she calls the “Pittsburgh of the South” — people are nice, everybody loves sports, she said. It’s “a city where everyone is smiling.”
She added that the city has been very welcoming to those involved in the Miss USA competition. “I am excited to meet Mr. [pageant owner Donald] Trump,” she says.
The competition airs live on NBC at 8 p.m. Sunday from the Baton Rouge River Center. Viewers can take part in the telecast through social media on Twitter. During the evening gown portion, viewers will have the opportunity to save one of the remaining contestants from elimination by using the hashtags #SaveTheQueen and #MissUSA, along with a key word that will be shown on-screen.

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