13
January
2021

Miss Earth USA 2021 Live Blog Full Results

13 Jan 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss Earth USA 2021 will be held on 17th January 2021 at the Linda Chapin Theater located in the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. Fifty stunning beauties will compete for the national crown and the opportunity to represent USA at Miss Earth 2021.

The winner of Miss Earth USA 2021 will succeed none other then Miss Earth USA 2020 Lindsey Coffey who went on to win Miss Earth 2020 virtual edition. Click here to watch the live stream of Miss Earth USA 2021 –

 

 

Below are the results of Miss Earth USA 2021 (updated as and when announced) –

Miss Earth USA 2021 –

Miss Earth-Fire USA 2021 –

Miss Earth-Water USA 2021 –

Miss Earth-Air USA 2021 –

Top 10

SPECIAL AWARDS

Congeniality Award –

Eco Business Medal Challenge –

Talent Challenge –

Champion for Diversity award –

Fit Lifestyle challenge –

The contestants competing for Miss Earth USA 2021 are Kennedy Thomas representing Alabama, Adesuwa Osayaren representing Arizona, Alyssa Klinzing representing California, Amaya McGough representing Central Plains, Alyssa Magalong representing Colorado, Kayla Morgan representing Delaware, Jessica-Lynn Carvajal representing District of Columbia, C'yana Denby representing East Coast, Carolina Hernandez representing Florida, Jaletha Daniels representing Georgia, Olivia Sherman representing Great Lakes, Maianna Taylor representing Hawaii, Sarah Massingale representing Idaho, Kristina Decheva representing Miss Illinois, Elizabeth Tillery representing Kansas, Shantay Chandler representing Kentucky, Caroline Nickerson representing Louisiana, Marisa Butler representing Maine, Megan Cox representing Maryland, Lexia Gillette representing Massachusetts, Sujita Basnet representing Miss Midatlantic, Haley Nettles representing Midwest, Sydney Hella representing Minnesota, Hannah Williams representing Mississippi, Natalie Razey representing Montana, Angel Strong representing Nebraska, Sophia Collier representing Nevada, Kathy Zhou representing New England, Isabella McBrien representing New Hampshire, Katrina Albanese representing New Jersey, Bianca Wright representing New Mexico, Skylee Lawton representing New York, Lauren Cannon representing North Dakota, Lorreen Agandi representing Northeast, Kristy Krasinski representing Ohio, Jessi Stringer representing Oklahoma, Shantae Taylor representing Pennsylvania, Claudia Engelhardt representing Puerto Rico, Kayla Curto representing Rocky Mountains, Catie Shows representing South Carolina, Ilyhanee Robles representing Southwest, Brittany Burnett representing Tennessee, Ana Avila representing Texas, Cynthia Howard representing Utah, Mina Skyler representing Vermont, Eliana Mills representing Virginia, Shanna Akins representing Washington, Alexsys Campbell representing West Coast, Mikaela Gillespie representing West Virginia and Emma Loney representing Wisconsin.