Marley D'Lynn Stokes crowned Miss South Carolina USA 2021 for Miss USA 2021

08 Mar 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss South Carolina USA 2021 was held a day ago where Marley D'Lynn Stokes was crowned the new queen as she became the official representative of South Carolina at Miss USA 2021. Marley succeeds Miss South Carolina USA 2020 Hannah Jane Curry.

Marley gave a stellar performance at the state final winning the crown. A make-up artist by profession, Marley also was former Miss South Carolina Teen USA. On winning the state crown, Marley took to her official social media as she wrote, “Officially signing on as Miss South Carolina USA 2021! I didn't want this weekend to end without saying thank you to each and everyone one of you! It's by Gods good grace that I have a second chance to represent our wonderful state once again! I am so humbled and grateful for the love & support of South Carolina and beyond.”

“You guys sure know how to make a girl feel special! I can't wait to see what the year has in store for all of us, so let's take this journey together! Miss USA here we come!”, she added.



The newly crowned Miss South Carolina USA 2021 Marley D'Lynn Stokes’s court includes –

1st Runner-up – Emily Wakeman

2nd Runner-up – Shaylyn Simmons

3rd Runner-up – Brooklyn Brewster

4th Runner-up – Riley Copans

Apart from the winner and her court, top 10 also included Davia Esther Bunch, Tyler Williams, Hope Harvard, Meera Bhonsle and Savannah Willis. The beauties who made it to Top 16 but couldn’t make it to Top 10 are Sydney Sprenger, Savannah Bethea, Morgan Gumola, Cadie Hall, Madalyn Ard and Marina Neuman.



Lanie Quickel was awarded the Miss Photogenic title while Savannah Bethea from Spartanburg won the People’s Choice award. Tyler Williams from Metro Colombia was awarded Miss Congeniality title.

Also at the finale, Augusta Roach was crowned Miss South Carolina Teen USA 2021 as she became the official representative of South Carolina at Miss Teen USA 2021. Dabria Aguilar, Gracen Vaughn, Ava Nicole Randall and Annsley Vick were adjudged the first, second, third and fourth runners-up respectively.