The Miss Universe Organization has announced that its 2015 Miss Universe Pageant will be televised on the FOX Network December 20, live from Las Vegas. The production is returning to Planet Hollywood where it has been held several times previously. New pageant owners IMG have an agreement with FOX that will allow them to also broadcast the Miss USA Pageant.
Wedding Bells ring for Miss USA formers
Miss USA 2014 Nia Sanchez married actor Daniel Booko in October after a year-long engagement. The couple honeymooned in Costa Rica. They also took time out to meet with Miss Costa Rica 2014 Karina Ramos, who Sanchez met at the Miss Universe Pageant back in 2014.
Miss USA 2010 Rima Fakih is engaged to marry Tony Salibi. Fakih won the Miss USA title representing the state of Michigan. She is also a former WWE Diva.
Molly Sims took time out from her busy schedule as a model, actress and mom of two, for this exclusive interview.
The former Las Vegas television star is the newly crowned spokesmodel for a surgery-free cosmetic procedure called CoolSculpting.
Sims herself received treatments successfully following the birth of her first child in 2012. We are happy to see Molly back in the spotlight!
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Get the details: Donald Trump sells the Miss Universe Organization
While many pageant fans are shocked, there are several Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, and Miss Universe hopefuls out there who are breathing a sigh of relief after this year's fiasco with the live national telecast of the Miss USA 2015 pageant being axed by NBC at the final hour. So what do the new owners have in store?
For those new to the talent industry, WME-IMG stands for William Morris Endeavor and IMG Talent, a partnership of one of the largest and most well respected talent agencies in the industry and a leading modeling agency. This entity has long been working with the Miss Universe Org and the Trumpster to bring beauties like the reigning Miss USA Olivia Jordan (pictured here last spring as Miss Oklahoma at NYFW) to the runways of Fashion Week shows nationwide.
WME represents many famous celebrities, with their talent roster including top model Cara Delevingne. Bottom line - this change could bring even more opportunities for pageant titleholders worldwide to expand their horizons in the fashion and entertainment industry. You go, girls!
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Taylor Swift is featured on the September cover of Vanity Fair Magazine. Not only that, she's inside pictured in an editorial photo shoot - plus, as one of the picks for the 75th annual International Best Dressed List. Looks like Taylor and Vanity Fair make a good match.
As you can see from the Vanity Fair cover 2.5 years ago, on the new cover of Vanity Fair Taylor Swift has come a long way. Seems like practice makes perfect. She's not only a brand ambassador for Cover Girl, but also the cover model for many fashion mags like Glamour, Maxim, and Teen Vogue.
Could be that hanging out with her "Girl Squad" has really paid off.