Here's the controversial answer that won Miss America the crown

3rd night of Miss America preliminaries set for Friday

Mund bested a field of 51 competitors from each state and the District of Columbia during the weeklong of events.

Chris Harrison, I'mma let you finish telling me how the Talent segment carries the most numerical weight in the competition (30 percent!), but Miss Pennsylvania just performed "Listen" from Dreamgirls on a saxophone while wearing a backless sequined pantsuit and was immediately eliminated.

Not holding back when asked about President Donald Trump's decision to pull America out of the Paris Climate agreement, Cara said: "It's a bad decision". 'Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiation table and that's something that we really need to keep in mind'.

Cara Mund bagged the crown after competing against 50 beauties from different states.

Mund has been accepted to study law at the University of Notre Dame and will use the $50,000 scholarship she received after becoming Miss America for her studies. She reminded the audience about Dakota's lack of pageant successes. She is the official hostess for the State of Louisiana and spokesperson for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, Vantage Health Plan, Propane Dealers of Louisiana and the Louisiana Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports.

Here's the controversial answer that won Miss America the crown
Here's the controversial answer that won Miss America the crown

But she didn't mean any disrespect to the president.

Zeng won Friday's swimsuit preliminary and promised that she'd be part of the post-Irma cleanup and recovery effort, whether as Miss America or not. His question was to ask about her number 1 thing on her bucket list and she said that being in the top 10 of Miss America was it. In the end, global warming alarmist Miss North Dakota was crowned the new Miss America.

Miss North Dakota was revealed as being in the top 5 next. She has become a "Certified Wish Granter" and raised over $78,500 for the charity. The beauty queen was previously awarded for her charity works in 2011.

Cara Mund, this year's North Dakota, won the Miss America pageant. Mund is a national dance champion who trained with the Radio City Rockettes for four summers. She self-choreographed her jazz performance. 'Miss America needs to have an opinion and she needs to know what's happening in the current climate'.

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