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Here’s how you can watch the 2019 Miss USA Competition hosted by Nick And Vanessa Lachey on FOX online or the old fashioned way right on your TV.

The 2019 Miss USA Competition airs from Reno Tahoe at the Grand Sierra Resort and the GSR Casino’s Grand Theatre at 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday, May 2 on FOX. Those on the west coast should be aware that the competition will be tape delayed on the Pacific Time Zone. You can catch the show online at FOX’s official live stream or with a free seven-day trial at Fubo TV.

Nick Lachey will be pulling double duty, co-hosting with wife Vanessa Lachey and performing a song on-stage. Vanessa was Miss Teen USA herself in 1998, so she’ll be able to lend true expertise. Joining Nick and Vanessa will be commentators Carson Kressley and Lu Sierra and rapper/singer T-Pain. The two-hour special will feature last year’s winner Miss USA 2018 Sarah Rose Summers crowning the next heir to the throne. Summers represented her home state of Nebraska when she won the title, the first ever winner from the state.

This year’s winner will naturally represent the United States at the upcoming Miss Universe 2019. It will be the 68th edition of the Miss Universe and see 2018 winner Catriona Gray of the Philippines similarly crowning her successor.

Returning State Delegates

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Savannah Skidmore, who was Miss Arkansas 2016 will be returning to challenge this year, along with Acacia Courtney (Miss Connecticut 2014), Alice Magoto (Miss Ohio 2016), and Triana Browne (Miss Oklahoma 2017).

Miss United States 2016, Alayah Benavidez will represent her home state of Texas.

Former Miss Teen USA delegates Include:

Savannah Wix (Miss Arizona Teen USA 2014)
Alexandra Plotz (Miss Illinois Teen USA 2012)
Alyssa Klinzing (Miss Kansas Teen USA 2013)
Mariela Pepin (Miss Maryland Teen USA 2014)
Cat Stanley (Miss Minnesota Teen USA 2014)
Courtney Lynne Smits (Miss Georgia Teen USA 2012)
Haley Holloway (Miss West Virginia Teen USA 2013)
Addison Treesh (Miss Wyoming’s Outstanding Teen 2014)

* Miss Arkansas 2016, Acacia Courtney, was also Miss Connecticut’s Outstanding Teen 2009.

Among the new competitors:

Former New Orleans Saints cheerleader Madeleine Overby will represent her home state of Mississippi.

Florinda Kajtazi (Miss New York USA 2019) of Yonkers, NY will represent New York while Erica Dann (Miss California USA 2019) of San Francisco will represent California.

Miss New Jersey USA 2019, Manya Saaraswat (Miss New Jersey USA 2019) of Marlboro will represent NJ.

Florida will be represented by Nicolette Jennings (Miss Florida USA 2019), and Washington, D.C. will be represented by Cordelia Cranshaw (Miss District of Columbia USA 2019) among state delegates.

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A full list of contestants is available at MissUSA.com.

Fact: It’s the first time ever Reno Tahoe will be hosting a Miss USA competition.

2019 Miss USA Competition Live Stream Details

Date: Wednesday, May 2
Start Time: 8 p.m. ET / PT – Tape Delayed
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on FOX’s official live stream

Check out the preliminary competition at the top of this page!

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