Miss Rhode Island Teen USA

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Miss Rhode Island Teen USA
Formation 1983
Type Beauty pageant
Headquarters Providence
Location
Membership
Miss Teen USA
Official language
English

The Miss Rhode Island Teen USA competition is the pageant that selects the representative for the state of Rhode Island in the Miss Teen USA pageant and the name of the title held by that winner.

Rhode Island has placed six times at the Miss Teen USA Pageant, most recently in 2009 when Talia Turco made the top 15. The state's first finalist was Shaelyn McNally in 2006. One of those semi-finalists was Shanna Moakler, who would later win the Miss New York USA pageant and takeover the Miss USA title when Chelsi Smith won Miss Universe.

Other notable Miss Rhode Island Teen USAs are:

Results summary[edit]

Placements[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Miss Photogenic: Raye-Anne Johnson (1987 - tie), Gina Tognoni[1] (1991)[2]
  • Miss Congeniality: Malia Cruz (2016)

Winners[edit]

  •      Declared as Winner
  •      Ended as runner-up
  •      Ended as one of the finalists or semifinalists
Year Name Hometown Age1 Placement at Miss Teen USA Special awards at Miss Teen USA Notes
2017 Alexa Papigiotis Providence 19 TBA
2016 Malia Cruz[3][4] Warwick[4] 18[5] Miss Congeniality
2015 Mary Malloy[6] Cumberland[7] 17[7]
2014 Gabriella Maggiacomo[8] Hope[8] 17[9]
2013 Elaine Collado[2] Providence[10] 18[10]
2012 Livia Stencel[2] Warwick[11] 16[11]
2011 Lindsey Bucci[2] Scituate[12] 18[13]
2010 Erica Wright[2] Narragansett[14] 18[14]
2009 Talia Turco[2] Lincoln[15] 18 Top 15[16]
2008 Tiondra Martinez[2] Woonsocket[17] 17[17]
2007 Rochelle Rose[18] Jamestown[18] 18[19] Top 10[20]
2006 Shaelyn McNally[2] Lincoln[21] 18[22] Top 10[23]
2005 Dominique Lee[2] Westerly[24] 17[24]
2004 Melissa Landry[2] Charlestown 16[25]
2003 Kristina Primavera[2] Cranston 16[26] Later Miss Rhode Island USA 2010[2]
2002 Alysha Castonguay[2][27] Woonsocket[28] 16[29] Top 10 Later Miss Rhode Island USA 2009[30] (also Miss Teen America 2003 & Miss Teen Galaxy 2005); New England Patriots Cheerleader[27][31] (2006–2008)
2001 Amy Diaz[32] Providence 16 Later Miss Rhode Island USA 2008,[33] top 15 at Miss USA 2008. Winner of The Amazing Race 23 with her husband Jason.[32]
2000 Sienna Piccione[2] Cranston[34] 17[34]
1999 Jodi Fournier[2] Burrillville 18
1998 Kristen Luneberg[2] Lincoln 17 Later Miss North Carolina USA 2003[35]
1997 Lauren Alviti[2] Cranston 18
1996 Kelly Dutra[2] Tiverton 17
1995 Carol Pedroso[2] Warwick 18
1994 Nicole Coletti[2] Cranston 17
1993 Alisha Currier[2] North Kingstown 19
1992 Shanna Moakler[2][36] Barrington[37] 16 Top 12 Later Miss New York USA 1995 & Miss USA 1995,[36][38] Miss Teen All American 1992; actress & reality television star;[36][39][40][41] Current director of the Miss Nevada USA and Miss Nevada Teen USA pageants.[42] Previous co-director of the Miss California USA & Miss California Teen USA pageants[43]
1991 Gina Tognoni[2] Bristol[44] 17 Top 12[1] Miss Photogenic[1][2]
1990 Claudia Jordan[2] East Providence 16 Later Miss Rhode Island USA 1997,[2] top 10 at Miss USA 1997, suitcase model on Deal or No Deal, cast member on season 7 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta[45]
1989 Deb Hodges[2] East Greenwich 17
1988 Debbie Peters[2] North Providence 18
1987 Raye-Anne Johnson[2] Wakefield 16 Miss Photogenic - tie[46] Later Miss Rhode Island USA 1994[2]
1986 Lori Damiani[2] Cranston 18
1985 Chris Pavalli[2] Warwick 18
1984 Jennifer Ammeroso[2] Narragansett 17
1983 Melissa Sciarra[47] Warwick[47] 16[47]

1 Age at the time of the Miss Teen USA pageant

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