Miss America 1991

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Miss America 1991
Date September 8, 1990
Presenters Gary Collins
Phyllis George
Bert Parks (guest host)
Entertainment Clint Holmes
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Broadcaster NBC
Winner Marjorie Vincent
Illinois Illinois

Miss America 1991, the 64th Miss America, pageant, was from on the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 8, 1990 on NBC Network.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Contestant
Miss America 1991
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10

Preliminary Awards[edit]

Contestant
Preliminary Swimsuit
Preliminary Talent

Quality of Life Award[edit]

Contestant
Winner
  • Suzanne Lawrence (Miss Texas) - "Smiles Against Cancer" Organization

Delegates[edit]

The Miss America 1991 delegates:

State Name Hometown Age Talent Placement Awards Notes
Alabama Alabama Resha Riggins
Alaska Alaska Holly Ann Salo
Arizona Arizona Kimberly Hoskins
Arkansas Arkansas Karissa Rushing
California California Maria Lee Ostapiej
Colorado Colorado Karrie Mitchell Top 10 Preliminary Swimsuit
Connecticut Connecticut Bianca Yasmin Salahshourian
Delaware Delaware Lisa Marie Munzert
Florida Florida Dana Reinhart Dalton Preliminary Swimsuit
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Darla Michele Pruett
Hawaii Hawaii Cheryl Akemi Toma
Idaho Idaho Kendra Lee Ruwe
Illinois Illinois Marjorie Vincent Miss America 1991 Preliminary Talent
Indiana Indiana Brenda Alyce Bassett
Iowa Iowa Kerri Lynne Rosenberg Top 10
Kansas Kansas Kim Dugger
Kentucky Kentucky Nancy Cox Campbellsville 23 Vocal Currently Nancy Cox Kenny, WLEX TV Personality in Lexington, Kentucky. A brother, Ricky Lee Cox, is a Campbellsville dentist who served in the Kentucky House of Representatives from 1999-2001. Nancy Kenny's niece, Ricky's daughter, is the 2008 Miss Kentucky.
Louisiana Louisiana Linnea Marie Fayard Shreveport, Louisiana 4th runner-up
Maine Maine Ann Rowe
Maryland Maryland Kimberly Ann Grimm
Massachusetts Massachusetts Marissa Laasko
Michigan Michigan Victoria Fair
Minnesota Minnesota Brenda Lee Armstrong
Mississippi Mississippi Beth Howell Preliminary Swimsuit
Missouri Missouri Sherry Traylor
Montana Montana Karen L McNenny
Nebraska Nebraska Michelle Ebadi
Nevada Nevada Tia Marie Zorne
New Hampshire New Hampshire Melanie Denise Bridges
New Jersey New Jersey Lynette Falls
New Mexico New Mexico Jana McCoy
New York New York Maryalice Demler Buffalo 26 Vocal Currently anchor of evening news for NBC affiliate in Buffalo.
North Carolina North Carolina Scarlet Morgan Preliminary Talent
North Dakota North Dakota Lezlie Lund
Ohio Ohio Kristi Cooke
Oklahoma Oklahoma Cynthia Lynne White Top 10
Oregon Oregon Brittny Gae Thompson
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Marla Wynne Top 10
Rhode Island Rhode Island Susan Emily Savastano
South Carolina South Carolina Mary Waddell Gainey 1st runner-up
South Dakota South Dakota Jennifer Palmquist
Tennessee Tennessee Dana Brown 2nd runner-up
Texas Texas Suzanne Lawrence 3rd runner-up Quality of Life Award Winner, Preliminary Talent
Utah Utah Jennifer Nakken
Vermont Vermont Debra Lewin
Virginia Virginia Shannon Noelle DePuy Top 10 Later Miss Florida USA 1995 (finalist at Miss USA 1995)
Washington (state) Washington Lynnae Marie Thurik
West Virginia West Virginia Melissa Lynne Costello
Wisconsin Wisconsin Tricia Ann Luedtke
Wyoming Wyoming Carolie DeVonne Howe

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