Lauren Grissom

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Lauren Grissom
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Lauren Blair Grissom
1985 (age 30–31)
Shelbyville, Tennessee, U.S.
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Hair color Brown
Eye color Blue
Title(s) Miss Tennessee USA 2006
Miss USA 2006 (Top 15)

Lauren Blair Grissom (born 1985) is a beauty queen from Shelbyville, Tennessee who has held the Miss Tennessee USA title.

Grissom won the Miss Tennessee USA title in a state pageant held in Clarksville on 7 October 2005.[1]

Grissom represented Tennessee in the Miss USA 2006 pageant broadcast live from Baltimore, Maryland on April 21, 2006. She placed as a semi-finalist in the nationally televised pageant, which was won by Tara Conner of Kentucky.

Grissom graduated from the The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tennessee in 2003, after which she worked as a model. She has appeared in 16 music videos, including those for Jake Owen, Keith Urban, Bon Jovi, and Uncle Kracker.

Grissom has also been in commercials, print ads, movies and fashion shows around the world. She came home to continue her education at Middle Tennessee State University as an art major before transferring to study Interior Design.[2] She now has a degree in Interior design from O'More College of Design, and is doing event planning in the Nashville area.

Grissom appeared in the second season of VH1's reality show You're Cut Off! 2 in 2011. The show features nine young women who thought they were going to be featured on a show called America's Next It Girl. They are surprised instead to be informed that their families have cut them off from their money due to their spoiled ways and that they would be required to participate and pass an eight-week life coaching program in order to be taken back. The series chronicled this process.


  1. ^ Rose, Kay (2005-10-10). "Lauren Grissom named Miss Tennessee USA". Shelbyville Times-Gazette. Retrieved 2006-12-20. 
  2. ^ Whittle, Dan (2005-10-30). "MTSU student reaches first goal". The Daily News. Retrieved 2006-12-20. 

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Amy Colley
Miss Tennessee USA
Succeeded by
Rachel Smith