All about Miss Teen USA 2021 Breanna Myles

30 Nov 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj



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Miss Teen USA 2021, the 39th edition of the national pageant, was held on 27th November 2021 at the Paradise Cover Theater of River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the end of the event finale, Breanna Myles of Florida was crowned Miss Teen USA 2021 by her predecessor Kiilani Arruda of Hawaii. It was the first time that Florida won a Miss Teen USA crown.

Myles gave a stellar performance at the national contest. The 18-year-old beauty is not new to the pageantry as she first competed in Miss Florida Teen USA in 2020, where she placed as the third runner-up despite falling on stage. Myles later returned the following year, and ultimately was crowned Miss Florida Teen USA 2021.

As Miss Florida Teen USA, she received the right to represent Florida at Miss Teen USA 2021. Prior to becoming Miss Teen USA, Myles was attending Florida State University and studying computer science and musical theatre, with career aspirations of becoming a software engineer.

Here is her epic reaction on her coronation –



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The newly crowned Miss Teen USA 2021 Breanna Myles’ court included 1st Runner-Up – Hannah Gilliard of District of Columbia, 2nd Runner-Up – Landry Davis of Texas, 3rd Runner-Up – Yvonne Burke of Pennsylvania and 4th Runner-Up – Ayzjiahna Wood of Utah.

Breanna took to her official social media to reveal her emotions in a post captioned, “I AM MISS TEEN USA!!! I cannot believe this is what God had in store for my life. I am so thankful & ready to get started on being an impactful mentor and role model to every single person I come across.”

Top 16 also included Cameron Doan of California, Liza Greenberg of Georgia, Angel Strong of Iowa, Gracie Petry of Louisiana, Maria Derisavi of Maryland, Mattie Grace Morris of Mississippi, Anna Long of Missouri, Daisy Sudderth of Nebraska, Augusta Roach of South Carolina, Shreya Gundelly of Wisconsin, Teryn Thatcher of Wyoming.



The accomplished panel of jury included Madison Brodsky – entertainment host and author, Claudia Correa – respiratory therapist, Chloe Lukasiak – dancer and Dance Moms star, Joni Rogers-Kante – CEO of SeneGence, Jérôme LaMaar – fashion designer and creative director.

A number of special awards were also presented at the competition as Best State Costume went to Ayzjiahna Wood of Utah while Second Place went to Emily Lehr of New Mexico and Third Place went to Novalee Lewis of Washington. Miss Photogenic was awarded to Lexi Gryszowka of Indiana and Miss Congeniality went to Daisy Sudderth of Nebraska.

Congratulations to the newly crowned queen.