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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Watchful Eyes' Mr. Gay World 2018 Favorite Picks

Mr. Gay World 2018 is being held from May 21 - 26, 2018 in Knysna, South Africa with the finals on Saturday, May 26 at Villa Castollini in Knysna, South Africa. The current Mr. Gay World 2017 John Fernandez Raspado of the Philippines will be crowning his successor. There is a public vote to chose the recipient of the people's choice awards. Various activities are being held to promote the tourism of Knysna and its nearby cities and also competitions which are the criteria for the selection of semifinalists.

Meanwhile here is Watchful Eyes' Mr. Gay World 2018 favorite picks:

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Nebraska's Sarah Rose Summers Is Miss USA 2018!

23 year-old Papillon native Sarah Rose Summers beats 50 other contestants to become the 67th Miss USA 2018. She became the first woman from Cornhusker State to win the title. She graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University with a bachelor's degree in children's development and strategic communications. First runner - up went to North Carolina's Caelynn Miller-Keyes while the second runner-up went to Nevada's Carolina Urrea. The rest of the finalists were Florida's Genesis Davila and South Dakota's Madison Nipe who was the recipient of the fan votes which qualifies her to the semifinals. Here is the results of the competition:

Miss USA 2018: Nebraska – Sarah Rose Summers
1st Runner-Up: North Carolina – Caelynn Miller-Keyes
2nd Runner-Up: Nevada – Carolina Urrea

Top 5
Florida – Génesis Dávila
South Dakota – Madison Nipe §

Top 10
California – Kelley Johnson
Georgia – Marianny Egurrola
Maine – Marina Gray
New Jersey – Alexa Noone
Tennessee – Alexandra Harper

Top 15
Maryland – Brittinay Nicolette
Massachusetts – Allissa Latham
Michigan – Elizabeth Johnson
Oregon – Toneata Morgan
Texas – Logan Lester

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Watchful Eyes' Miss USA 2018 Favorites For The Crown

         The 67th Miss USA 2018 will be returning to Shreveport, Louisiana after twenty years at the very venue of the finals at the Hirsch Memorial Coliseum on May 21 after it was last held in 1998 and just after three years it is returning home to the Pelican State. Fifty-one (51) contestants representing the 50 states and the District of Columbia will compete for the coveted crown. The reigning Miss USA 2017 Kara McCullough of the District of Columbia will crown her successor at the end of the event. 

        After watching the preliminary round of competitions, here is Watchful Eyes of a Silhouette favorites to have a shot at Miss USA 2018 crown:

District of Columbia
New Jersey
South Carolina
South Dakota

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