Olivia Jordan was crowned Miss USA after an hours-long pageant in Baton Rouge Sunday night, and after taking a look at Miss Oklahoma’s Instagram it’s easy to see why she won.
The 26-year-old, a model who has been an extra in films like “Ted” and “Hot Tub Time Machine 2,” beat 50 other women while wearing a sequined swimsuit and a hot pink gown, and she answered her onstage question without missing a beat.
A former Miss Universe referenced the Confederate flag and police brutality, and asked Jordan what she thought the next hot-button issue would be.
“I think we still need to talk about race relations in this country,” Jordan said.
“We have not solved this issue. We are still having problems. We keep hearing about new issues coming up. We really need to work on being an accepting society and being a society where every single person, no matter your race, no matter your gender, is given the same rights and privileges and opportunities.” (PHOTOS: Miss Rhode Island Has No Idea What ‘Politically Correct’ Means)