Gretchen Carlson - Miss America, Miss Minnesota

http://the-american-history.blogspot.com/Gretchen Elizabeth Carlson is an American television host, and former Miss America, who at present hosts the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends, along with co-hosts Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade. Carlson is also a former display winner. She won the title "Miss Minnesota" and then, in 1989, become the third woman from that state to win the "Miss America" title. For the talent opposition, Carlson played Zigeunerweisen, the violin composition of Sarasate. Carlson was earlier the co-anchor of the Saturday Early Show, on CBS. She joined CBS News as a reporter in 2000. Before her term at CBS, Carlson served as a weekend anchor and journalist for KXAS-TV in Dallas. She begins her television career in Richmond, Virginia, as a political reporter for WRIC-TV. She began her media profession in a franchise called Neighborhood News. Carlson is a national famous person spokesperson for the March of Dimes.
Born
June 21, 1966
Birth Place
Anoka, Minnesota, U.S.
Birth Name
Gretchen Elizabeth Carlson
Occupation
Co-host of Fox & Friends
(Fox News Channel)
Spouse(s)
Casey Close

Suzette Charles

http://the-american-history.blogspot.com/Suzette Charles is one of the American singer and entertainer. She represents New Jersey in the 1984 Miss America pageant held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She won her beginning talent night and finished first runner-up to Vanessa Lynn Williams, who become the first African-American to wear the crown and title of Miss America. When Williams submissive the title in scandal, Charles fulfilled her duty for the remaining seven weeks. Charles, who previously had many credits in advertising and educational television, has gone on to a career as a singer, entertainer, and television personality. She has acted on the CBS television sequence Frank's Place and performed on This Morning, a British talk show. Charles also pursues a singing profession. She toured with Stevie speculate and Lou Rawls in the late 80's. In 1993, she worked with top British producer Mike Stock and Pete Waterman. She released her entrance solo single, "Free to Love Again", in August 1993.
Birthdate
March 2, 1963
Birthplace
Mays Landing, New Jersey
Birth name
Suzette DeGaetano
Title(s)
Miss New Jersey 1983
Miss America 1984
Major competition(s)
Miss America 1984

Terry Meeuwsen

http://the-american-history.blogspot.com/Terry Anne Meeuwsen is one of the American television personality, co-host of the Christian Broadcasting Network's 700 club, author and singer. Meeuwsen was the 1972 Miss Green Bay, 1972 Miss Wisconsin and the winner of the Miss America pageant in 1973, taking both the talent and bikini competitions. She remains the only Miss Wisconsin give to hold the Miss America title. After graduation from high school, where she was a cheerleader for three years and the return queen, and prior to contending in the Miss America scholarship pageant, between 1969–1971, Meeuwsen achieve and traveled with the The New Christy Minstrels singing group. Meeuwsen begin television work at WTMJ-TV in Milwaukee in 1978, exit the station in 1986 to raise her family. On September 12, 1995, Meeuwsen out the inspirational pop recording, Eyes of My Heart. She has also authored four books; include Christmas Memories, Near To The Heart Of God, Just Between Friends, and The God Adventure.
Birthdate
March 2, 1949
Birthplace
De Pere, Wisconsin, U.S.
Birth name
Terry Anne Meeuwsen
Measurements
36"-23"-35"
Height
5' 7"
Weight
125 lbs.
Title(s)
Miss Wisconsin,1972
Miss America 1973
Major competition(s)
Miss America 1973 

Vanessa L. Williams

http://the-american-history.blogspot.com/Vanessa Lynn Williams is an American model, singer, songwriter and actress. In 1983, she became the first woman of African-American dive to be crowned Miss America, but a scandal caused her to relinquish her title early. Williams rebounded by beginning a career as an entertainer, earning Grammy, Emmy, and Tony Award nominations. Williams compete in the Miss Syracuse beauty pageant when a campus musical she was in was cancelled in 1983. After she won, Williams won Miss New York in 1983, and went to the Miss America national pageant in Atlantic City. Prior to the final night of competition, Williams won both the Preliminary Talent and Swimsuit Competitions from previous in the week. Williams' reign as Miss America was not without its challenges and controversies. For the first time in pageant history, a reign Miss America was the target of death threats and hate mail.
Born
March 18, 1963
Birth Place
Millwood, New York, U.S.
Birth name
Vanessa Lynn Williams
Genres
R&B, pop, soul, jazz, dance
Occupations
Singer, songwriter, actress

Phyllis George

http://the-american-history.blogspot.com/Phyllis Ann George Brown is an American businesswoman, actress and a former sportscaster. She is one of a former Miss Texas and Miss America of 1971. CBS Sports producers come up to George to become a sportscaster in 1974. The following year, she joined the cast of The NFL today, co-hosting live pregame explain before National Football League (NFL) games. She was one of the first females to have a nationally famous role in television sports coverage. Another duty George had with CBS Sports was operational on horse racing events, including the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes. In 1985, CBS settled on Phyllis George to supply as a permanent anchor for their morning news program. George was given a three-year contract following a two-week trial run. As co-anchor, she interviewed newsmakers with the First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Born
June 25, 1949
Birth Place
Denton, Texas
Other names
Phyllis George Brown
Occupation
Sportscaster, actress
Spouse(s)
Robert Evans, John Y. Brown, Jr.


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