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Miss USA 2019: And the Winner is...

Fifty-one queens became one during Fox's telecast of the 2019 Miss USA.

Nick and Vanessa Lachey returned to host the big event, which was held in Reno Tahoe’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino’s Grand Theatre.

The group of people judging the queens were Nicole Feld; businesswoman Kim Kaupe (of The Superfan Company); Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters (Miss Universe 2017); marketing executive Ukonwa Ojo; journalist Amy Palmer; Denise Quiñones (Miss Universe 2001); Hillary Schieve, the mayor of Reno; and Patricia Smith (Miss Virginia USA 1994).

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2018 winner, Sarah Rose Summers was also featured on the show to hand her crown to the 2019 winner.

If anything, the telecast wanted to prove just how difficult it was to get the judges on board.

The group of women went through a rigorous amount of questioning and different looks. It wasn't a competition for the faint hearted.

But who went on to win the coveted crown?
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Miss USA 2019: And the Winner Is...

Miss USA 2019: And the Winner Is...
Fifty-one worthy queens vied for a single crown on Thursday, making the 2019 Miss USA pageant a little like Game of Thrones‘ Battle of Winterfell — only with less dragons. That we know of.

Nick and Vanessa Lachey returned to host this year’s festivities, which went down in Reno Tahoe’s Grand Sierra Resort and Casino’s Grand Theatre. (New game: Take a shot every time you see the word “grand”!) Though Nick Lachey’s pageant history is limited to hosting, Vanessa Lachey is actually a former Miss Teen USA (1998).

Judging this year’s crop of queens were businesswoman Nicole Feld (of Feld Entertainment,
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Aquaman: 25 Wild Details About The Canceled TV Show

Aquaman just swam into theaters in his first solo movie, but over a decade ago, he could have been the main character in his own television series. In 2006, the DC comic book character was the potential face of a series for the now-defunct WB network. Writing and producing partners Alfred Gough and Miles Millar had several films under their belts when they brought Smallville to the WB in 2001. Right in the middle of the successful Superman prequel series, they began working on a concept for another superhero series, where the duo wanted to bring Aquaman to the small screen.

Justin Hartley landed the role of Arthur “A.C.” Curry, with Lou Diamond Phillips, Ving Rhames, Denise Quiñones, and Amber McDonald rounding out the main cast. Set in the fictional Florida locale of Tempest Key, the story would modernize classic Aquaman lore. The project never made it beyond the pilot presentation,
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Puerto Rico's Fashion Week Resumes After Hurricane Maria

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Puerto Rico's Fashion Week Resumes After Hurricane Maria
After three months since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, only 65 percent of electricity generation has been restored. But the local fashion industry is keeping their lights on by hosting the ninth edition of San Juan Moda, a four day event running from Dec. 19 to Dec. 22 at the Old San Juan Casino. Local veteran designers, such as Luis Antonio, Lisa Thon, and Miriam Budet will show this week, alongside Dominican designers José Jhan and Gianinna Azar, who will present a show on Dec. 22.

This year’s fashion show will also benefit the victims of Hurricane Maria with a fund sponsored by first lady Beatriz Rosselló,
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Josh Crook and Manny Perez attending La Soga New York City Premiere pictures

Josh Crook and Manny PerezJosh Crook and Manny Perez attending La Soga New York City Premiere.Photo copyright Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos.. Josh Crook, Denise Quinones and Manny Perez attending La Soga New York City Premiere.Photo copyright Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos. Josh Crook attending La Soga New York City Premiere.Photo copyright Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos.. Josh Crook attending La Soga New York City Premiere.Photo copyright Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos.. Josh Crook, Denise Quinones and Manny Perez attending La Soga New York City Premiere.Photo copyright Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos 08/11/2010 - Juan Fernandez, Josh Crook, Denise Quinones, Manny Perez and Paul Calderon - "La Soga" New York City Premiere - Arrivals -
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7-57 Releasing and Merkedia Worldwide to distribute 'La Soga' in the U.S.

7-57 Releasing and Markedia Worldwide have picked up worldwide sales as well as rights to distribute "La Soga" in the U.S. The Dominican action thriller is helmed by Josh Crook and writer/producer Manny Perez and Denise Quinones starring. Shot in Washington Heights, NY and the Dominican Republic, "La Soga" tells of a cop who risks all to find justice. The film will find release on August 12th in the Dominican Republic and Peurto Rico prior to opening on U.S. soul on August 13th. Crook's other credits include "Salvage," "Rockaway" and "The Butcher's Son."
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Dominican Thriller Finds an American Home

7-57 Releasing and partner Markedia Worldwide have picked up U.S. distribution and world sales rights to Josh Crook’s action thriller “La Soga.” Written by Manny Perez, the film stars Perez and Denise Quinones in the Domican Republic-set tale about a cop seeking justice. It was produced by Perez, Josh Crook and Jeff Crook. A platform theatrical release in the top ten U.S. markets is set for August, along with its rollout in the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.

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