Miss Teen USA 1995

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Miss Teen USA 1995
Date August 15, 1995
Presenters Bob Goen, Maty Monfort
Entertainment All-4-One
Venue Century II Convention Center, Wichita, Kansas
Broadcaster CBS, KWCH-TV
Entrants 51
Placements 12
Winner Keylee Sue Sanders
Kansas Kansas
Congeniality Shelly Forest
Oklahoma Oklahoma
Photogenic Lynnette Cole
Tennessee Tennessee
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Miss Teen USA 1995, the 13th Miss Teen USA pageant, was televised live from the Century II Convention Center in Wichita, Kansas on 15 August 1995. At the conclusion of the final competition, Keylee Sue Sanders of Kansas was crowned by outgoing queen Shauna Gambill of California.[1]

The pageant was hosted by Bob Goen for the second year, with color commentary by Maty Monfort and entertainment by All-4-One.[2] This was the only year that the pageant was held in Wichita, which also held the Miss USA pageant from 1990-1994, and it was the first time that a delegate won the Miss Teen USA title in her home state.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Map showing placements by state
Final results Contestant
Miss Teen USA 1995
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
  • Utah Utah - Loni Sorden
Top 6
Top 12

Semifinal scores[edit]

Special awards[edit]

Award Contestant
Miss Congeniality
Miss Photogenic
Style Award

Delegates[edit]

The Miss Teen USA 1995 delegates were:

Preliminary scores[edit]

The following is the contestants average scores in the preliminary competition.

Historical significance[edit]

  • Kansas placed for the fifth of eight times, recording their highest placement ever.
  • Iowa placed for the second time, following Jamie Solinger's win in 1992. They have only reached the semi-finals on one further occasion, waiting until 2003 for their third placement.
  • Kentucky placed for the first time since 1990.
  • Maine placed for the second time, recording their highest placement ever.
  • Delaware, Utah and Minnesota recorded their first placements in the competition. Delaware only placed two other times in 1999, when Ashley Coleman won the title and 2014 when Mia Jones placed in the top 15. Utah did not made the cut again until 2010; and Minnesota has gone on to place four more times (2002, 2004, 2005 and 2007).

Crossovers[edit]

Judges[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Homestate Favorite Named Miss Teen USA". Associated Press. 1995-08-15. 
  2. ^ "Live from Wichita, it's Miss Teen USA". Dayton Daily News. 1995-07-19. 
  3. ^ Wagner, Raina (1995-08-07). "Local teen is pageant veteran". The Arizona Daily Star. p. 4B. 
  4. ^ Highland, Robert (1996-07-06). "Metro East teens winners in pageant: Highland girl set for Miss Teen USA". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. 
  5. ^ Moore, Elizabeth (1994-09-25). "Big Sister's patience pays off". The New Orleans Times-Picayune. 
  6. ^ "Roncalli Senior, 17 Wins Teen Pageant". The Omaha World-Herald. 1994-11-28. 
  7. ^ Przybys, John (1995-08-02). "Teen Queen: Miss Teen Nevada not afraid to admit her love for bowling". The Las Vegas Review-Journal. p. 1C. 
  8. ^ Anderson, Dale (1994-11-07). "Clarence girl wins state teen competition". Buffalo News. p. C18. 
  9. ^ Overton, Rod (1994-11-17). "Win propels teen to national competition". Greensboro News & Record. 
  10. ^ "Teen pageant winners". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. 1994-09-19. p. B4. 
  11. ^ Johnson, Jill (1995-05-05). "A beautiful year for Sorden". The Salt Lake Tribune. 
  12. ^ "Teen ready for national event". Charleston Daily Mail. 1995-08-14. 
  13. ^ "The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on August 16, 1995 Page 2". newspapers.com. August 16, 1995. The nine judges for the pageant included: Allison Brown Young, Miss Teen USA in 1986; actress Lisa Akey; actors Clarence Gilyard, Brian McNamara, Raphael Sbarge and David Sidoni; Boston Bruins player Adam Gates; Hollywood literary agent Lisa Santos; and Laurin Sydney, an anchor on CNN. 

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