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The next night, June 19, the formers gathered again to watch another gorgeous young woman, Miss California’s Alyssa Campanella, win the 2011 title and prepare to carry the weight of that crown.—Text and interviews by Claire Martin Susan Anderson is a Los Angeles-based commercial, editorial and fine art photographer specializing in fashion, portraiture and conceptual/narrative work.
She currently has a book entitled High Glitz, The Extravagant World of Child Beauty Pageants and is in a group exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography.
In 2011, Coombs attended Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants to watch Campanella compete.
Campanella won the Miss USA crown and brought back the title to California for the first time in 19 years.
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And then there’s the other thing these women have in common besides their exceptional looks: each of them survived a year of wearing the glittering, metal crown which was heavy enough to press grooves into its wearer's head even through a bouffant.
After years of conspiracy theories and various racist comments (along with tons of love for fellow racist Donald Trump), the star's "planet of the apes" tweet about Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett was finally one step too far.
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This year, the effervescent Sheffield was a big draw for a bevy of Miss Teen USA contestants who lined up for photos and advice.
"You'll have a baby someday and you won't remember how glamorous you were," she told one set of teens while she scrawled her name across their program.