Victoria Hinojosa crowned Miss Texas USA 2021 for Miss USA 2021

05 Sep 2021 | Priya Bhardwaj

Miss Texas USA 2021, 70th edition of Miss Texas USA, was held on 4th September 2021 at the Hilton Houston Post Oak Hotel, Houston, Texas, United States where Victoria Alejandra Hinojosa was crowned the new queen and became the official representative of Texas at Miss USA 2021. Miss Texas USA 2020 Taylor Kessler crowned her successor at the end of the event finale.

Victoria Hinojosa bested one hundred thirty one contestants to win the state crown. The stunning beauty hails from McAllen, Texas and currently lives in College Station, Texas. Victoria attended Texas A&M University in College Station where she earned her bachelor’s degree in mass communications and journalism. The 23-year-old stunning beauty helped Proyecto Desarrollo Humano provide students in Peñitas, Texas with school supplies in 2020 through Victorious Angels, a foundation that she founded.



The newly crowned Miss Texas USA 2021 Victoria Hinojosa's court included -

1st Runner-up - R’Bonney Gabriel (Harris County)

2nd Runner-up - Hannah Johannes (Bayou City)

3rd Runner-up - Maelia Salcines (Heart of Texas)

4th Runner-up - Allison Drake (Metroplex)

Apart from the winner and her court, the Top 16 included Jenna Jacobs (Park Cities), Taylor Harmon (Fiesta City), Chelsea Morgensen (Central Laredo), Sydni Leonard (Southeast Texas), Priscilla Londono (Houston), Siria Ysabel Bojorquez (Sun City), Paige Vasquez (Dallas), Christianah Adejokun (Tarrant County), Samantha Havenstrite (North Dallas County), Celissa Pena (Southwest Texas) and Lulit Johnson (College Park).



Victoria will represent Texas at Miss USA 2021 at the Paradise Cove Theater of River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA on 29th November 2021. If she wins, she will be the 10th Miss Texas USA to represent the USA in Miss Universe.