Miss America (disambiguation)
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Miss America is an annual competition open to women from the United States between the ages of 17 and 24.
Miss America may also refer to:
Other beauty contests
- Miss USA, a beauty contest that has been held annually since 1952 to select the United States entrant in the Miss Universe pageant
- Miss Teen America, a beauty contest for teenage girls
- Miss United States, a beauty contest that has been held annually since 1937
- Mrs. America, a beauty contest for married American women; the winner goes on to compete in the Mrs. World pageant
- Miss America (speedboats), a line of American speedboats, from Miss America I to Miss America X, built and raced in the 1920s and 1930s
- Miss America (book), the second autobiography of American radio and media personality Howard Stern
- Miss America, pseudonym of the winning female in the world's first 'city to city' bicycle race from Paris to Rouen
- Miss America (Diane Martin, Nagissa Maria), a member of the Battle Fever J Super Sentai Series
- Miss America (DC Comics) (Joan Dale, later Joan Trevor), a Quality Comics and later DC Comics character
- Miss America (Marvel Comics) (Madeline Joyce, later Madeline Frank), a Marvel Comics character
- Miss America, a character in the 1975 Ralph Bakshi film Coonskin
- Miss America, US rock band that changed its name to Chocolate USA
- Miss America (Styx song), 1977
- Miss America (J. Cole song)
- "Miss America", a 1990 single by The Big Dish
- "Miss America", a 1970 single by Mark Lindsay
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