CBS 2 - Search Results
Miss Iowa Comes In Near Top
BATON ROUGE, LA (CBS2/FOX28) - Miss Iowa got help from Twitter during Miss USA 2014.
On Sunday night, 51 women competed for the title but at the end of the night, judges narrowed down the field to the top contestants. Each had to answer a question from a judge before the results were announced. Miss Iowa, Carlyn Bradarich was announced as a runner-up behind Florida, Georgia and Louisiana.
Bradarich got a second chance when the viewing audience gave her the most votes on Twitter.
Miss Nevada, Nia Sanchez ended up being crowned Miss USA 2014.