New Miss USA and Miss Teen USA franchise partner announced


Fashion designer Laylah Rose has been announced as the new license holder and will serve as the president and CEO for the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageants.

The founder of Laylah Rose Couture and also the CEO of VIP Pageantry replaces Miss Brand and former Miss USA national director Crystle Stewart.

Reno, Nevada will again host this year's Miss USA and Miss Teen USA with Emmy Award-winning executive producer Kerri Zane of Kerri Zane Enterprises and Bud Brutsman of Brentwood Communications International, Inc. handling the productions.

The much-awaited Miss USA 2023 and Miss Teen USA 2023 competitions will take place at the Grand Sierra Resort the week of September 25, 2023. Further details have yet to be announced.

Reigning queens Morgan Romano of North Carolina and Faron Medhi of Nebraska will be present to crown their respective successors.

"My goal as the head of this organization is to inspire women to always create new dreams, have the courage to explore it all, and continue to preserve integrity along the way," said Layla Rose.

The next Miss USA will represent the United States at Miss Universe 2023 in El Salvador this November.

Photo: Laylah Rose Couture, Fadil Berisha / Miss USA / Instagram

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