Miss USA 2014 Nia Sanchez (4th from left) having a good time with some of the already checked-in Miss USA 2015 delegates
Baton Rouge, Louisiana is abuzz with beautiful ladies nowadays. The delegates of Miss USA 2015 are in town and are gathered to compete for the crown that will give the winner the right to be the US representative to Miss Universe 2015 and become the successor of last year’s Nia Sanchez.
It’s still all sunny and amicable after arriving over the weekend. The candidates are still establishing their presence and sizing up opponents in the flesh. But give it roughly two weeks from now, the atmosphere will turn more fierce and exciting as the Preliminaries start kicking in and the Finals (on July 12) comes close to its much-awaited climax.
For now, let’s give them time to enjoy the Louisiana brand of hospitality. 🙂
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