Miss Teen USA 2004

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Miss Teen USA 2004
Miss Teen USA 2004 opening titles.jpg
DateAugust 6, 2004
PresentersTony Potts and Vanessa Minnillo
EntertainmentBrandy and JC Chasez
VenuePalm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs, California
BroadcasterNBC
WinnerShelley Hennig
Louisiana Louisiana
CongenialityBreanna Abernathy (North Dakota)
PhotogenicSarah French (Arkansas)
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Miss Teen USA 2004, the 22nd Miss Teen USA pageant, was televised live from Palm Springs on 6 August 2004. At the conclusion of the final competition, Miss Louisiana Teen USA Shelley Hennig was crowned by outgoing queen Tami Farrell of Oregon.

Prior to the live telecast, the 51 contestants competed in a preliminary presentation show where they were judged in swimsuits and evening gowns. Scores from this judging determined the top 15 for the final competition.

All the delegates were first required to win their state pageant, which in some states also meant holding a local title.

Results[edit]

Placements[edit]

Map showing placements by state
Final results Contestant
Miss Teen USA 2004
1st runner-up
2nd runner-up
3rd runner-up
4th runner-up
Top 10
Top 15

Awards[edit]

Delegates[edit]

The Miss Teen USA 2004 delegates were:

State Name Hometown Age Placement Special awards Notes
Alabama Terra Moody Birmingham 18 Top 10
Alaska Nina Sutherlin Anchorage 18
Arizona Allie Gilliland Glendale 17
Arkansas Sarah French Hot Springs 18 Miss Photogenic Later Miss Missouri 2006
California Stacey Beltran Oxnard 18
Colorado Tori Carter Greeley 19
Connecticut Christine Perkins East Lyme 17
Delaware Brittany Cichocki Pike Creek 17
District of Columbia Nicole White Washington, D.C. 16 Later Miss District of Columbia USA 2009
Florida Anastagia Pierre Plantation 15 Later Miss Florida USA 2009 and Miss Bahamas Universe 2011
Georgia Brooke Calhoun Roswell 17 Top 15
Hawaii Sonya Balmores Kalaheo 18 1st runner-up
Idaho Angel Soltero Pocatello 17
Illinois Brittany Acosta Warrenville 16
Indiana Courtni Hall Crawfordsville 18 Later Miss Indiana USA 2009
Iowa Shannon Hofmeister Oelwein 18
Kansas Carissa Kelley Winfield 17
Kentucky Megan Frank Greensburg 19
Louisiana Shelley Hennig Destrehan 17 Miss Teen USA 2004
Maine Courtney Peterson Yarmouth 17
Maryland Amanda Williams Jarrettsville 18 3rd runner-up
Massachusetts Allison Bodwell Ipswich 18
Michigan Yelena Crawford Brooklyn 18
Minnesota Allison Arling Lakeville 18 Top 10
Mississippi Jessica McRaney Byram 18 Later Miss Mississippi USA 2009
Missouri Alissa Reitmeier St. Charles 17 Top 15
Montana Autumn Muller Harlowton 18 Later Miss Montana USA 2012
Nebraska Meagan Winings Atkinson 17 Top 10 Later Miss Nebraska USA 2009
Nevada Helen Salas Las Vegas 18 2nd runner-up Later Miss Nevada USA 2007, 4th runner-up at Miss USA 2007
New Hampshire Brittany Freeman Merrimack 16
New Jersey Rachael Carrollo Wantage 17 Top 10
New Mexico Jocelyn Cruz Las Cruces 17
New York Catherine Muldoon Chappaqua 18 Top 10 Later Miss Virginia USA 2012
North Carolina Elizabeth Carty High Point 17 Sister of Survivor: Panama contestant Austin Carty
North Dakota Breanna Abernathy Lansford 18 Top 15 Miss Congeniality
Ohio Nicci Shannon Cincinnati 18
Oklahoma Caitlin Graham Edmond 17
Oregon Lorie Thompson Eugene 18
Pennsylvania Chelsea MacDougall Huntsville 17
Rhode Island Melissa Landry Charlestown 16
South Carolina Lyndsy Spor Powdersville 15 Top 15
South Dakota Katie Schull Watertown 17 Sister of Kari Schull, Miss South Dakota Teen USA 2007
Tennessee Tiffany Stroud Limestone 16 4th runner-up
Texas Magen Ellis White House 17 Top 15 Later Miss Texas USA 2007, Top 10 at Miss USA 2007
Utah Honey Swift Riverton 18
Vermont Maggie Geha Brattleboro 16
Virginia Mally Gent Honaker 18
Washington Danielle Jensen Lynnwood 17
West Virginia Mary Ellen Wolfe Huntington 18
Wisconsin Myla DalBasio Racine 17
Wyoming Maddison Strasheim Cheyenne 18

Crossovers[edit]

Nine contestants later won Miss America, Miss USA state titles, or Miss Universe national titles:

Judges[edit]

External links[edit]