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Miss Florida USA 2024 is Peyton Lewis

Miss Lake Nona, Peyton Lewis, was crowned Miss Florida USA 2024 during the state final on Sunday, July 7 at the Coral Springs Performing Arts Center in Coral Springs, Florida. The 25-year-old is an integrated business graduate of the University of Central Florida and currently working as a global real estate advisor. Peyton succeeds Caroline Dixon, last year's winner and Miss USA 2023 Top 20 semifinalist. She will represent Florida at Miss USA 2024 in Los Angeles, California this August. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Peyton Lewis | FL Realtor (@peytonllewis) FINAL RESULTS Miss Florida USA 2024 - Peyton Lewis (Lake Nona) 1st runner-up - Breauna Washington (Orlando) 2nd runner-up - Lou Schieffelin (Winter Park) 3rd runner-up - Vanessa Van Dyke (Central Florida) 4th runner-up - Narissa Adside (Homestead) TOP 16 Christiana DiNardo (Boca Raton) Delaney Milian (Carnaval Miami) Matea Mahal Smith (Coral Springs) Preslie Ross (Delray Beach) Johana Vasquez

Miss Florida USA 2023 is Caroline Dixon

Miss Palm Harbor, Caroline Dixon was crowned Miss Florida USA 2023 on Sunday, May 14 at the Coral Springs Center for the Arts in Coral Springs, Florida. The 25-year-old alumna of the Florida State University succeeded last year's winner Taylor Fulford and will now represent the sunshine state of Florida at Miss USA 2023 in Reno, Nevada. Victoria DiSorbo of South Palm Beach County, Narissa Adside of North Holmstead, Samantha Washington of East Miami, Christiana Dinardo of South Boca Raton, and Aileen Cerchiara of Belleaire Beach were announced as runners-up. Rounding out the Top 13 semifinalists were Erika Feazell, Breauna Washington, Briona Jones, Alayzia Christopher, Kelsey Fagan, Katia Gerry, and Juliandra De Jesus. Miss Florida Teen USA 2023 was also held at the same venue and Sharlysse Nelson was announced the winner. She was crowned by her predecessor Alyssa Khan and will now proceed to Miss Teen USA 2023. Her runners-up include Loni Barnes, Savannah Young, Kadance Frederickse

Florida's Breanna Myles wins Miss Teen USA 2021

Florida's Breanna Myles bested 50 other teen contestants to win the 39th Miss Teen USA pageant on Saturday, November 27 at the Paradise Cover Theater of River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 18-year-old beauty succeeds Hawaii's Kiʻilani Arruda. She is the first-ever Miss Florida Teen USA to win the Miss Teen USA national competition. Hannah Gilliard of the District of Columbia was named first runner-up while Landry Davis of Texas finished second runner-up. Pennsylvania's Yvonne Burke and Utah's Ayzjiahna Wood were the third and fourth runners-up, respectively. Completing the Top 16 semi-finalists were the representatives of California, Georgia, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, South Carolina, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. The new Miss Teen USA was born in Kentucky to a Dominican mother and African-American father and moved to Florida at age seven. She was raised in Port St. Lucie, Florida, and graduated from high school in 2021, with a