Miss USA 2015 to be judged by Former Miss USA and Miss Universe winners

11 Jul 2015 | Angelopedia

Miss USA 2015 finale is scheduled to be held on July 12’ 2015 and after a hullabaloo of controversies concerning Donald Trump, the pageant went through lots of amendment and changes. As many judges and performers backed out of the finals, the pageant is now up with a list of new judges. Take a look...

Nana Meriwether – Nana was Miss USA 2012 and co founded the Meriwether Foundation for helping the poor in five African countries.  She is also a two-time All-American athlete.

Leila Lopes – Leila was the Miss Universe 2011 and has worked a lot to spread awareness on HIV/AIDS prevention.

Rima Fakih – Miss USA 2010 titleholder, Rima was once listed in one of the Top 100 Arab powerful women.

Crystle Stewart - Crystle won Miss USA 2008 and is an active member of Best Buddies organisation that pairs mentally challenged children and adults with a friend. She was a spokesperson for breast and ovarian cancer research and education.

Danielle Doty – Danielle Doty was Miss Teen USA 2011 and has made popular guest appearances at many awards like the People’s Choice Award.

Tara Conner – Tara was Miss USA 2006 and was the first Miss Kentucky to win the title.


Fomer Miss USA and Miss Universe to judge the Miss USA 2015 pageant


Kimberly Pressler – Kimberley Pressler was Miss USA 1999 and worked as a sports reporter.

Brook Lee – Brook was Miss Universe 1997 and is famous for her good sense of humour. Her answer have been considered the best in pageantry till date.

Michelle McLean – Michelle from Namibia was Miss Universe 1992 and is a famous TV personality, motivational speaker, entrepreneur & philanthropist.  She has close ties with Miss World Organization too.  She was just 19 when she won the Miss Universe title.

This maybe the first time that former winner will be judging the Miss USA pageant. The chief head of Miss Universe Organisation, Paula Stugart has hinted about this during her interview recently. Miss Universe 2006 Zuleyka Rivera withdrew her participation as judge after Mr. Donald Trump’s comments on Mexico.  On this Paula Stugart said that this year Miss USA finals may see many former title-holders.