America has chosen its representative for the 2012 Miss Universe during Saturday’s edition of Miss USA which was broadcast live by E! Giuliana Rancic and Andy Cohen walked up the Las Vegas stage to host the beauty pageant at the end of which Olivia Culpo was crowned the new Miss USA.
Numerous beautiful women showed up in Las Vegas this weekend to take part at the famous Miss USA pageant. Nevertheless, there was only one contestant, that is, Olivia Culpo who was crowned the most beautiful woman in America. The second place was won by Miss Maryland Nana Meriwether, whereas Miss Ohio Audrey Bolte came out the third.
Olivia Culpo is from Rhode Island and she is only 20 years old. The new Miss USA never expected to win the Saturday competition because there were many other beautiful girls in the room. Culpo is happy that she will be able to represent the United States at the upcoming Miss Universe pageant. She hopes that she will obtain good results in the following competition, as well.
Rob Kardashian, the reality TV star from “Keeping Up With the Kardashian”, was one of the members of the jury who had to decide the future of the girls. Everyone agreed that Olivia Culpo is the most appropriate to represent America because she is beautiful and intelligent.
The jury wasn’t impressed only by the contestant’s purple Grecian-style evening gown, but also by the answers she provided. She declared that she is a student at the Boston University and has always been passionate about music. In fact, she played cello for 13 years and was in numerous band camps during her childhood.
The best moment of the evening was when Culpo explained the audience why she thinks a transgender woman should be allowed to win the competition. The issue was frequently discussed since the beginning of the year and Olivia’s answer was one of the best comments in relation to it. She told the jury that it would be fair for a transgender woman to win the competition because America is a free country and sometimes it is necessary to make changes in order to have a happier life.