Miss Wisconsin USA 2023 is Alexis Loomans

Dane County representative Alexis Loomans was crowned Miss Wisconsin USA 2023 during the state final held on Sunday, May 7 at the Fond du Lac Performing Arts Center.

The 21-year-old native of Waunakee is an ambassador for Jovani Fashions and currently pursuing a degree in political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Not new to pageantry, Alexis is a former Miss Wisconsin Teen USA titleholder. She now succeeded last year's winner Hollis Brown and will now prepare to represent Wisconsin at Miss USA 2023 in Reno, Nevada this fall.

Miranda Fenzau, Jady Flury, Jessica Hammer, and Jamie Walloch were announced as the first, second, third, and fourth runners-up, respectively.

Kasshay Jones, Alefiyah Dawoodbhai, Haley Schonter, Autumn Mays, Gabby Aranda-Pino, Olivia Horvath, Marleign Petras, and Emma Loney rounded out the Top 13 semifinalists.

For the teens' division, the title of Miss Wisconsin Teen USA 2023 went to Hundson representative Shelby Hohneke while the runners-up were Emmaline Stegeman, E'mera Harris, Izel Smyth, and Olivia Negri.

Shelby placed first runner-up twice in her previous attempts at the state pageant before finally winning her title. She now succeeded Sage Gundelly and will proceed to the Miss Teen USA 2023 final on a date yet to be announced.

Meet the winners:

Photos: Miss Wisconsin USA, Future Productions / Instagram


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