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Crystle Stewart becomes first Black national director of Miss USA

Crystle Stewart becomes first Black national director of Miss USA
Crystle Stewart has a crystal clear vision for the Miss USA brand.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> IPHONE theft accuser speaks out Crystle Stewart has a crystal clear vision for the Miss USA brand.The former Miss USA 2008 winner will be the national director of the Miss USA and Miss Teen USA pageant system, making her the first Black person to ever hold the licensing rights to the pageants, “Good Morning America” reported Wednesday.“I’m so thrilled, and I’m so excited for the new things and the new ideas that I want to bring to the Miss USA pageant system,” Stewart, 39, told the morning show.The first pageants to occur under Stewart’s purview will be Miss USA 2021 and Miss Teen USA 2021.

(Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) “Crystal is the first to say being Miss USA changed the course of her life forever,” said Miss Universe President Paula Shugart told the show, noting the “Acrimony” star’s role has been in discussion for over a year.“And now being in this leadership role for Miss USA, I’ll take those things and put it at the front.

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