Ashley Litton

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Ashley Litton
Born Ashley Renee Litton
(1983-07-29) July 29, 1983 (age 34)
Missouri, U.S.
Title Miss Missouri USA 2004

Ashley Renee Litton is a beauty queen from Missouri who held the Miss Missouri USA title in 2004.[1]

Miss Kansas Teen USA[edit]

Litton grew up in Olathe, Kansas and started competing in pageants in that state.[2] She went unplaced in the Miss Kansas Teen USA 2001 pageant and was a semi-finalist in 2002.

Miss Missouri USA[edit]

After graduating from Olathe South High School in 2001, Litton studied Fashion Design and Product Development at Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri.[3]

Litton competed in the 2003 Miss Missouri USA pageant and was a semi-finalist. She was also a semi-finalist in 2004, when Shandi Finnessey of Florissant was crowned.

On April 12, 2004, Finnessey won the title of Miss USA 2004. The organizers of Miss Missouri USA decided to crown another queen to replace Finnessey and reign for the rest of the year. Litton was selected as the new Miss Missouri USA 2004.[3] She reigned from April until December 2004, when the 2005 Miss Missouri USA pageant took place.

Because she never had the opportunity to compete in the Miss USA pageant, Litton was eligible to compete for the Miss Missouri USA title after she passed on the crown in 2005. She competed for the title in 2006, and placed first runner-up to Kristi Capel of Springfield. She also made the semi-finals in the 2007 competition won by Amber Seyer of Oran.

Life after Miss Missouri USA[edit]

Litton operates a pageant boutique named Crown Chic in Shawnee, Kansas with fellow titleholder Lisa Forbes, Miss Kansas USA 2004.[4]

She also appeared on MTV's Made as a coach on May 11, 2009.


  1. ^ Miss Missouri USA official titleholder profile. Retrieved 2006-09-27
  2. ^ Nadolny, Jamie (2004-06-01). "Miss Missouri USA designs a future at Stephens College". Archived from the original on 2004-06-02. Retrieved 2006-11-04. 
  3. ^ a b "Litton crowned Miss Missouri USA". The Ideal Connection (Stephens College). Summer 2004. Retrieved 2006-11-04. 
  4. ^ Boyer, Caroline (2006-09-13). "Gown store caters to pageant competitors". The Shawnee Dispatch. Retrieved 2006-11-04. [permanent dead link]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Shandi Finnessey
Miss Missouri USA
Succeeded by
Andrea Ciliberti