Miss Oklahoma is your 2015 Miss USA.
After competing in a sequined swimsuit and jewel-encrusted evening gown, Olivia Jordan beat out 51 other women for the title in Louisiana Sunday evening.
Miss USA 2014 Nia Sanchez — who famously couldn’t remember her state’s capitol city — crowned the 26-year-old onstage.
The top five finalists consisted of Miss Oklahoma, Miss Texas, Miss Rhode Island, Miss Maryland and Miss Nevada.
Here are the rest of the standings:
- Fourth runner-up, Miss Maryland
- Third runner-up, Miss Nevada
- Second runner-up, Miss Rhode Island
- First runner-up, Miss Texas
During the question segment for the final five, Miss Rhode Island struggled when she was asked whether she thought political correctness was helping or hurting America. (VIDEO: Miss California Shows The Crowd Her Talent During Bikini Competition)
“I think it’s a balance of both,” Anea Garcia answered. “Can you repeat the question once more?”
“I think it’s a balance of both. We need people to remind us, we need politicians to remind us to do the right thing…” (RELATED: Miss USA Dedicates Entire Segment To Contestants With Immigrant Parents)
The pageant aired on Reelz and streamed online this year — without the usual celebrity judges and performances — after NBC yanked it because of comments Donald Trump made during his presidential announcement.